I wouldn't stake too much on this observation becauseI might be
remembering incorrectly, but I'm pretty sure I've heard our female
Satin Bower mimicking a few hours after sunset. There's a couple of
spots in particular she likes to sit and mimick and I heard calls
coming from that spot.
On 7/27/07, L&L Knight <> wrote:
> No, I don't but it would be interesting to know what sort of call it
> was making - was it doing the "churring" call or a spot of mimicking?
> Regards, Laurie.
> On Friday, July 27, 2007, at 09:48 AM, John Leonard wrote:
> > Some firends of our who live in the same suburb in Canberra, but
> > nearer to a Satin Bowerbird's bower, tell us that the male was calling
> > at night last spring (they report around 11pm, so several hours after
> > sunset).
> > Does anybody else have any experience with this species calling after
> > dark?
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