Latest birdcall 'mystery'

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Subject: Latest birdcall 'mystery'
From: Tom Tarrant <>
Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2011 17:51:24 +1000
Have uploaded the latest mystery call on to the BSQ
Audio<>website, I think it's
probably a Striated Pardalote (Pardalotus striatus)
but I'm not sure that I've heard this one before.
There are other species calling on there, noticeably White-throated
Honeyeater and Silvereyes (....and it was obviously raining too!).

Thanks also to everyone who attempted to answer the last one (the 5-note
repetition <>), unfortunately the
jury is still-out on this, the poll favours White-throated Treecreeper but
I've had correspondence from a couple of birding luminaries who
unequivocally go for Little Shrike-thrush (which I am also inclined
towards....sorry Chris[?])

Look forward to hearing from you (but don't forget to add comments to the
website too)


Tom Tarrant
Kobble Creek, Qld

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