Early morning birdcall

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Subject: Early morning birdcall
From: Graeme Chapman <>
Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2016 23:22:42 +0000
Hello Ann,

Welcome to Australia and I hope you enjoy the sight and sounds of all our 
beautiful birds while you are here.

I agree with David, I'm inclined towards a Grey Butcherbird. Interestingly 
enough, early morning Grey Butcherbird song causes more queries to my website 
than any other bird. Must be the type of sound that penetrates the general 
ambient noise well.

Have a listen on my sound page The second and third 
examples on that page have the sort of quality I'm referring to. They are 
unlikely to be exactly the same as what you have heard - the song of Grey 
Butcherbirds varies so much between individuals and from region to region that 
one day, I'm sure it will be the subject of a PhD study!!


Graeme Chapman

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