Pishing: mouths, methods and meanings

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Subject: Pishing: mouths, methods and meanings
From: "Tony Ashton" <>
Date: Sun, 5 Oct 2008 19:27:50 +1000
Gidday all,

Recent Birding Aus emag article recounts successful pish for a honeyeater. 
Don't in any way want to go over old ground re callback pro and con. What 
interests me is the way the mouth is held, the method of noise production and 
the meanings pishers think birds attach to the noise made. Care to share?

Tony Ashton (can't pish - birds just hide, and laugh I think!)

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