Bird Calls

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Subject: Bird Calls
From: "Anthony Katon" <>
Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2002 12:23:23 +1100
Hello all,
Back in November 2001 I asked for help in identifying a bird call that I
could hear daily near my home. I had the suggestion that it might be a
Scarlet Honeyeater then later the suggestion that it might be a striated
pardalote. I eventually saw a striated pardalote in the tree near my house
at the same time I heard the bird call and was convinced that it was the
striated pardalotes call I could hear, however after hearing a scarlet
honeyeater call on the internet, I now know that it was indeed the scarlet
honeyeater that I could hear.

I now intend to record bird calls I hear and place them on a web page.
I have a few bird calls on my page (some I recorded), and I have one I
cannot identify, so please visit my page at:
Check if you can identify my unknown bird call.

Anthony Katon

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