Masked Lapwing - David Stewart (18) - Australian Bird Calls (Favourites) (CD)

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  1. Recorded by David Stewart Nature Sound 1. Laughing Kookaburra. 2. Superb Lyrebird. 3. Eastern Whipbird. 4. Australian Magpie. 5. Willie Wagtail. 6. Galah.
  2. The bird calls on this CD include 82 species, most of which were recorded in the vicinity of Broome Bird Observatory. Forty four of these species are shorebirds, and it is likely that some of their calls, especially those of migrating flocks, have not been published previously.
  3. The masked lapwing is Australia's largest plover — some people call them spur-wing plovers or masked plovers.
  4. The species list above is in systematic order, the taxonomy and nomenclature of which generally follows the Wells World Birds list on Birder's Diary v (courtesy of Thayer Software: stanonreloudvisecocefunyltpatti.coinfo), with adaptations by WildSounds. The Wells World Birds list is .
  5. The Masked Lapwing, previously known as the Masked Plover and often called the Spur-winged Plover in its native range, is a large, common and conspicuous bird native to Australia, particularly the northern and eastern parts of the continent. It spends most of its time on the ground searching for food such as insects and worms and has several distinctive calls.
  6. Australian Bird Calls: Victoria - Temperate South-East The temperate forests of south-eastern Australia covered by this CD extend from the Shoalhaven River (Nowra) to west of Melbourne and include the Great Dividing Range.
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