Re Identification of tittifers

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Subject: Re Identification of tittifers
From: "Roy & Helen Sonnenburg" <>
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2011 21:09:53 +1000
Hi Peter

With a one year old grandson, I have been introduced to "In the Night
Garden" .  See as follows    -  The Tittifers are CGI enhanced tropical
birds with their own unique songs . There are four small blue Tittifers
(Shaft-tailed Finches), three larger pink ones (European hoopoes
<> ), two big green ones (White-cheeked
Turacos <> ) and one
multicoloured toucan (either Channel-billed Toucan
<>  or White-throated
Toucan <> ) with a huge
purple beak. They sing usually between segments, and when they sing
together, near the end, it is time to sleep. They were first featured in the
episode "Makka Pakka Washes Faces".

I am impressed at how accurately the birds are depicted.



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