Mystery bird call

To: Birding-aus <>
Subject: Mystery bird call
From: Tom Tarrant <>
Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2011 07:09:43 +1000
Recently whilst analyzing audio sensors from the QUT audio project
<>at Samford (SE
Qld) I came across this call <>  and believe
that it is the daytime call of the Australian Owlet-Nightjar. I have created
a small site to highlight 'Mystery-calls' that we are finding and you can
leave remarks and opinions. Listen for the 4 repetitions.

I have also recently found the following publication extremely useful 'The
Sound Approach to Birding' <> by Mark
Constantine and recommend it to anyone with an interest in learning about
bird-sound (Please note that I have no commercial interest in it.)

Look forward to hearing your comments,


Tom Tarrant
Kobble Creek, Qld

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