Satin-Leaden Flycatchers again

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Subject: Satin-Leaden Flycatchers again
From: Rod Gardner <>
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 10:14:01 +1000
Following up on the Leaden/Satin Flycatcher thread, I have another 
question about these birds. Leaden Flycatchers are common on my local 
patch in the west of Brisbane, and I’m familiar with their calls. Recently 
I heard a call that was Leaden Flycatcher-like, but not one I’d heard 
before. I didn’t get to see the bird, as it was in a densely vegetated 
gully, but recorded the call on a digital voice recorder. When I got home 
and checked it with the BOCA recordings, it was pretty much identical to 
the first calls of the Satin Flycatcher on those tapes. However, according 
to HANZAB, the calls of LFs and SFs are very similar, with lots of 
individual variation, and it says they are separable only with practice. 
Can anyone say whether that first Satin call on the BOCA tapes is 

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