|White-tailed Deer, Ridge Hill Reservation, Needham, MA|
Not much bird song. Sporadic bursts of pine warbler, which would stop as soon as I'd lift my binoculars. The dominant sound echoing through the woods was the song of one particularly dominant tufted titmouse. At one point he was joined by another singing a bit lower. The two in combination make an exceptionally appealing sound.
Not unlike counter-singing black-capped chickadees, which can be heard exchanging choruses against a background of chipping sparrows and pine warblers trying to out-trill each other.