Early morning birdcall

To: Ann Wardley <>, "" <>
Subject: Early morning birdcall
From: Paul Taylor <>
Date: Sun, 10 Apr 2016 21:14:18 +0000
Where is "here", Anne?  That would help narrow down the possible options.
Here's a couple that sprang to mind:

The Pied Currawong's decending call sounds a bit like a slide whistle:

Pied Butcherbird has a haunting, flute-like call - but I wouldn't call
it a "hoot":

On 11/04/2016 1:21 AM, Ann Wardley wrote:
> Hi there I'm over here on holiday and loving it.  Early mornings there is a 
> distinctive almost hooting call from a bird. Like the sound of one of those 
> wooden whistles you used to get with a kind of plunger you pulled up and 
> down. Very haunting call.  Any ideas please
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