American Goldfinch interaction calls at a feeder are similar to flight calls (Jan, PA)
Quiet calls at a feeder also appear to be the same as the flight call (Jan, PA)
"Bay-bee", the alarm call (Aug, PA).
Juvenile call (Aug, NJ).
Waaee (compare with the similar call of the Pine Siskin below).
Female calling, male singing (Apr, NJ).
A different pair of birds.
More examples of this call:
Perched male, preceded by other calls (July, PA).
calls at 1s
calls at 6s
Ti-hoo, the call of recently fledged birds(Sep, NJ).
Pine Siskins have a distinctive zzzreeee call that is commonly heard from perched birds, and occasionally in flight too (Mar, PA).
Another common call is waaee. American Goldfinch and Common Redpoll have very similar calls to this one (Apr, PA).
Interaction call between two birds followed by chattering of several birds at a feeder (Oct, PA).
Various calls, a number of siskins calling from a tree-top (Mar, PA).
White-winged Crossbill, quiet waee calls between birds foraging on the ground (Apr, PA).
The same call here preceded flight calls by birds leaving a spruce tree (Dec, PA).
A flock of 30 white-winged Crossbills feeding on hemlock cones. Calling often ceases while feeding (Mar, PA).
These calls were made by a female Purple Finch that was with fledglings. The fledgling calls are a yo-whee (4 out of the first 5 calls on the recording), but the other calls are by the adult bird. There is also a Song Sparrow and Yellow Warbler singing (July, ME).
There are four different calls made by the female, as shown in the following sonagrams (21-26s on the recording).
to the left is the high-pitched call with the fledgling call under it
House Finch, several typical calls by birds in my backyard (Mar, PA).
call at 1, 13 and 15s
call at 3 and 6s
call at 10s