Are White[plumed Honeyeater alarm calls diagnostic?

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Subject: Are White[plumed Honeyeater alarm calls diagnostic?
From: Michael Norris <>
Date: Wed, 18 May 2016 02:46:09 +0000

On Monday I was in some bush near the sea in Sandringham, 17km from the 
Melbourne CBD, and heard what I felt sure was a White-plumed HE's alarm call.  
It was triggered by a Boobook I had accidentally caused to change perches.

Is that alarm call diagnostic in Melbourne, and, if not, what other species 
could it have been please?

Michael Norris
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