RFI: Duetting by birds

To: "birding aus" <>, "Cog line" <>, "bard" <>
Subject: RFI: Duetting by birds
From: "Philip A. Veerman" <>
Date: Fri, 7 Mar 2003 16:01:34 +1000
This request below has come from the line. I replied that several Australian birds do this (the most immediately obvious is the Magpie-lark) and the person requesting was interested in Australian examples too (though I don't immediately recall locations of published examples). If you have any serious information about this, please respond to .
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Date: Wednesday, 5 March 2003 23:30
Subject: [AfricanBirding] duetting

Can anyone suggest a reasonably recent reference on duetting, preferably a review in a readily available publication!


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