Sorry, but... on a previous messagge number 48320 I wrote:
"You are right, Dan, the double syncronized call is the allarm call of Lusc=
inia megarhynchos, a very widespread bird here in Europe."
I apologize for not writing the English name Nightingale, but only the scie=
ntific name, I was answering by the cellular phone, and I had an amnesia (l=
oss of memory) on the English name of the species, so I put only the scient=
--- In "freitojos" <> wr=
> Mistery explained, and solved
> it seems the nightingale imitates the frog!?
> Thank you all,
> --- In "Raimund" <raimundspecht@> wrote=
> > Serge wrote:
> > > I beg to differ!
> > > The "trrrrrt" sound is definitely part of the Nightingale's vocabular=
> > >
> > > A good example can be heard there:
> > > http://www.xeno-canto.org/40384
> > Indeed, there is no doubt that this is also the Nightingale, not a frog=
> > REgards,
> > Raimund