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Re: strange sintony between bird and frog

Subject: Re: strange sintony between bird and frog
From: "freitojos" freitojos
Date: Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:30 am ((PDT))
Ok Raimond,
Mistery solved.

--- In  "Raimund" <> wrot=
> > Thank you, so it is Luscinia megharhincos only, and there is no frog. Y=
ou are absolutely shure that the files in xeno-canto you posted are only th=
e Luscinia megharincos call and no frog in it? The "croak" is  in the Lusci=
nia repertoir for shure?
> Hi Jos=E9,
> Yes, I'm quite sure that xeno-canto is correct here. I know these alarm c=
alls also from my own experience. Nightingales are very common here in Germ=
any, even in the city of Berlin where I live. In spring you can find them s=
inging in almost every park. So, there is really no doubt.
> Even the Wikipedia article on the Nightingale says that "it has a frog-li=
ke alarm call". See
> Regards,
> Raimund

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