Birding-Aus <>, Hilary Richrod <>
John Gamblin <>
Wed, 23 Feb 2000 19:43:43 -0800 (PST)
Does anyone know of a location where I could send a
voice taped bird call on a 30 minute standard cassete
tape so that the bird could be identified. This highly
elusive fellow has without doubt spotted me a long
time before I've seen him. Scanned the tree tops where
he calls from and he moves just as I'm focusing the
binoc's on him? it's such a musical call with a hint
of laughter in the song? brief glimpse of him was head
only and he has a very extended beak of the honeyeater
variety which is very shiney black, if I saw the upper
breast correct then it was pure white? such a gorgeous
call, and the first time heard in this part of Oz.
Sad news about Sir Stan eh Tony and Alex? such a fine
dribbler from birth, by all accounts .... goodnight
Stan, thank you for the great memories.
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