birds' sleep requirements

Subject: birds' sleep requirements
Date: Fri, 9 Mar 2001 10:20:04 +0800
Other species that I have heard all or a significant part of the night are

Brush Cuckoo (for a month or more December / January in the wet season)
Noisy Scrubbird (in May)
Common Koel (part of the night for a shorter period in December)
Brown Honeyeater (about two hours before dawn around lights)
Rainbow Lorikeets (as a group for a hour or so after dark but probably
competing for roosting places)

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