Re: raven beak clicking
Dan Dugan <>
Thu, 25 Sep 2003 17:33:35 -0700
Rich Peet, you wrote:
>Congrats Dan on posting the 11,000 message to the archive. That
>should keep new people busy for a while.
Whew, I didn't know!
>I have not heard a Raven beak click but that does not mean a lot.
>I note the context of that click in response to an agression by
>another. This I have seen common in Owls and it could be the Raven
>is giving the owl response "in context". As ravens mob owls, it
>would be expected that a raven has heard that response before.
>Parrots on the other hand beak click in all sorts of situations such
>as "play" and Ravens are pretty good in the "play" department as well.
Funny thing is, sometimes when Grover's excited about going out on a
walk, he clicks his teeth at me while I'm putting on my shoes.
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