|To:||"Edwin Vella" <>|
|Subject:||What is Australia's Noisiest and Quietest Bird?|
|From:||Judith L-A <>|
|Date:||Mon, 8 Nov 2004 21:41:09 +1000|
For the quietest, I'd like to put forward the alarm 'tink' of the Green Catbird. Compared to its normal cat/baby yowl, this tiny sound is amazing and almost unnoticeable.
what is the loudest bird in Australia? Also what is the quietest bird in Australia (to normal hearing)?
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