Isn't the couple of extra notes (more like a "choo,
choo") at the end the response of the female?
For a long time I noticed a call outside like a
Whipbirds, but knew it couldn't be because you don't get whipbirds in suburban
Perth. Once I started birding I soon learned that the bird was simply a
Rufous Whistler - perhaps this is what he heard?
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