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Voice: Call is a series of high whistles, a little like someone whistling for their dog. It also resembles in pitch and tempo (but not in timbre) the call of a pileated woodpecker. Calling usually begins in mid-April and continues through early August, with a peak May through July.
Habitat: Found in bottomland sloughs and swamps along major rivers and large creeks.
Range: Occurs in the Coastal Plain of the state and has extended its range into the Cumberland River Valley.