Bird call on an ad

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Subject: Bird call on an ad
From: Bill Stent <>
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2003 11:34:32 +1100
This really only concerns birders in Victoria, I guess.  

I've noticed the new Melbourne Age commercial (the one where the two parts
of the Age land in a T shape on a hammock) has a bird call in it - it comes
up twice, but I don't know what the bird is.  To my only very lightly
Euro-trained ears it sounds not entirely unlike a European Willow warbler.
However, it's not so different to a Rufous whistler as to be totally out of
the question.

Any thoughts, anyone?  I'm all at sea.


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