Unusually noisy acoustic environment this morning (Deakin)

To: 'David Nicholls' <>, 'Bird Chat Line' <>
Subject: Unusually noisy acoustic environment this morning (Deakin)
From: Alison Russell-French <>
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2016 23:48:54 +0000
At 5.30 am a Koel calling in Curtin followed by the sound of the lions
roaring from across at the National Zoo. A rather bizarre combination!

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From: David Nicholls 
Sent: Saturday, 23 January 2016 7:55 AM
To: Bird Chat Line
Subject: Unusually noisy acoustic environment this morning

The morning calling period (7am or so) was unusually complex this morning.
Two Grey Butcherbirds, several Magpies, lorikeets (sounded like Rainbow),
Peewits, King Parrots, a Bowerbird, Sulphur crested cockatoos, Red
wattlebirds.  All very close by. Maybe they all slept in?


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