|To:||Birding Aus <>|
|From:||"Clair D. Loon" <>|
|Date:||Thu, 8 Aug 2002 02:43:03 -0700 (PDT)|
Remember - red underwings, long sharp pointed tail, very fast, pip, pip, pip call = swift parrot.
Chris, would you not say that the most beautiful sound produced by the Swift Parrot was in fact more like the sound of "fine olde English bone china being gently flicked by a delicate Englishwoman's fingernail" more so then the rapid "pip .. pip .. pip"
Yours in asking,
Clair De Loon
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