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Subject: Bird mimicry of human music
From: Syd Curtis <>
Date: Mon, 08 Sep 2003 21:02:39 +1000
My thanks to Doug and Naturerecordists, and especially to those who provided
information about birds copying human music.

I am delighted to have the information you have provided to pass on to my
friend whose inquiry sparked my interest.  It appears that it doesn't often
happen except with birds in captivity, so now I don't feel too bad about my
previous almost total ignorance of the matter.

And I'll certainly be looking out for the book and CD "Nature's Music" that
Richard Ranft has told us is about to be published; it's a "must have" for

Syd Curtis (Brisbane, Australia)


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