Possibly Eastern Yellow Robin? They have a two-note "chew chew" call that
they do at dawn. I know they occur in Fig Tree Pocket and Oxley, so your
area isn't too much of a stretch for them.
On Sat, Oct 2, 2010 at 7:27 PM, Laurie Knight <>wrote:
> I heard an unusual call at dawn this morning. I live near a large woodland
> area, but this unfamiliar call sounded like something I'd expect in a
> rainforest area. It was a monotonous chew-chew repeated on a two second
> cycle for at least 5 minutes.
> it doesn't match my memory of the cadence of either Noisy Miners or
> Striated Pardalotes. Would anyone have suggestions as to what species might
> be making such a call in SEQ?
> Regards Laurie.
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