Re: Back Home (Danger, Contains Trivia.. prepare delete button.)

To: Houlem <>
Subject: Re: Back Home (Danger, Contains Trivia.. prepare delete button.)
From: "M. Scott O'Keeffe" <>
Date: Tue, 07 Apr 1998 23:11:29 -0700
Houlem wrote:
> Hi AusBirders:
> I was greeted home from Australia by an immature Bald Eagle catching a large
> fish in Richmond Bay, our back yard in La Crosse Wisconsin USA. On the other
> end of the scale were the Song Sparrow and the White Throated Sparrow, the
> bird with the most haunting song of the wild. 

Sorry, Mike.   Most haunting bird song of the wild from that part of the
world (NA) has got to be Swainson's Thrush or Varied Thrush!
"Beware of Half-truths... you may have the wrong half"

M. Scott O'Keeffe
Centre for Conservation Biology
University of Queensland

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