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https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/...ned_Owl/sounds This is the sound of a Great Horned Owl. They're common all over the continental US, and a good chunk of Canada.
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https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/...ned_Owl/sounds This is the sound of a Great Horned Owl. They're common all over the continental US, and a good chunk of Canada.
Except that the first three notes are similar, not the first two, if by "burst" he means notes or syllables.

Anyway OP doesn't really want to know what the bird is or he could have found out loooooooooong ago. There might not even be a bird.
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