Cuckoo calls?

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Subject: Cuckoo calls?
From: "simon starr" <>
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 22:46:58 +1100
I'm a little off the subject here but thought it worth mentioning a recent
cuckoo calling in the Wychitella scrub in N.Vic. It was calling repeatedly
for some twenty minutes before I tracked it down.It sounded a bit like a
Horsfields Bronze Cuckoo but definately different,in fact just how my field
guide described a Black-eared.(with which I am unfamiliar).
Trying to break through thick broombush without becoming obvious was next to
impossible but I finally saw the bird.
A very lively little Inland Thornbill. When did it learn to do this?
Simon Starr.

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