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|Date:||Mon, 17 Apr 2000 09:43:37 +1000|
Indeed they do! I have heard drongoes do good imitations of Barking Owl.
In that particular case, a Barking Owl calling in broad daylight should
make the listener a bit cautious about recording the owl!
Laurence and Leanne Knight wrote:
Sure enough, the field guide noted that drongos engage in mimicry in
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