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Marsh Wren: Varied bubbly or rattling trill, with weaker introductory notes; has large repertoire and changes songs frequently. Western birds harsher, more rattling, and with tuk introductory notes; Eastern more musical and bubbly with buzzy or musical introductory notes. Western has much larger repertoire than Eastern.
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