bird radio

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Subject: bird radio
From: "Paul Rose" <>
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2001 10:09:52 +1100
How bizarre !   I tuned into this same station this morning on the way to work as I scanned through some other regular stations I listen to.
I too was wondering what it was all about.

>>> John Boyce <> 11/21/01 10:07am >>>
Hi everyone,
someone at my work found an FM station between 101.9 and 101.1 playing
sub-tropical rainforest sounds with lots of bird noises.  Logrunners,
whipbirds, wompoo fruit doves etc; does anyone know about this station,
there seems to be no mention of it in any radio guides.  Is it
accessible around Australia or is it Melbourne specific.  It has been
playing with no human sounds for at least the last few hours.

John Boyce
Department of Microbiology
Monash University
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