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RE: Cuculus canorus (cuckoo) female call needed

Subject: RE: Cuculus canorus (cuckoo) female call needed
From: Ranft, Richard <>
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 14:15:01 -0800
 We have many such examples in our archives; see our catalogue at
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 and type "Cuculus canorus and female" into the search box.
 Yours sincerely
 Richard Ranft
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From: Tomasz Osiejuk [<a  href="[EMAIL" rel="nofollow">[EMAIL</a> 
 Sent: 17 March 2004 18:12
 Subject: Cuculus canorus (cuckoo) female call needed
 I was asked to prepare tapes for some experiments with cuckoos, Cuculus
 canorus. I have a few recordings from commercial CDs, my own or my
 colleagues, but I'm still looking for recordings of characteristic babbling
 calls of cuckoo females.
 Please write to me for details if you have such recordings.
 Tomasz S. Osiejuk, PhD
 Dept. Animal Morphology
 Adam Mickiewicz University
 28 Czerwca 1956 / 198
 61-485 Poznan, Poland
 phone +48 61 8292913
 fax +48 61 8292909
 home page: <a  href=""; 
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