Eastern Whipbird - David Stewart (18) - Australian Bird Calls (Favourites) (CD)

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  1. The Eastern Whipbird is found in rainforest and wet forest on the coast of Eastern Australia from eastern Victoria to the wet tropics of north Queensland. It is so called because of its trademark loud 'whip-crack' call - which is made by the male bird.
  2. The Satin Bowerbird (Ptilonorhynchus violaceus) is a chunky, medium-sized bird found in forests along the east coast of Australia. Adult male Satin Bowerbirds have a stunning, shiny deep-blue plumage which can appear plain black at first glance.
  3. The eastern whipbird is an insectivorous passerine bird native to the east coast of Australia, its whip-crack call a familiar sound in forests of eastern Australia. Two subspecies are recognised. Heard much more often than seen, it is a dark olive-green and black in colour with a distinctive white cheek patch and crest. The male and female are similar in plumage.
  4. The Eastern Whipbird is endemic to forests of eastern Australia. In north Queensland it is virtually restricted to upland rainforests. The d ark olive-green body, black head, small black crest, white cheeks and long tail give it a distinctive appearance.
  5. The Eastern Whipbird's loud whip-crack is a familiar bush sound, but because of the bird's secretive behaviour it is rarely seen. The distinctive call is produced by the male and is usually followed immediately by a double chirrup from his mate.
  6. A website dedicated to those with an interest in the sounds of Australia's wildlife. Sound is produced in the form of commercially produced CD's or customised to individual requirements. The Wildlife recordings are a result of David Stewart's extensive travels throughout Australia.
  7. Presenting a completely Free Australian Birds Sounds compilation app with high quality sounds and songs of birds found in Australia! Featuring the Australian King Parrot, Channel Billed Cuckoo, Crimson Rosella, Golden Whistler, Superb Fairy Wren and many more birds! Bird Sounds can be played by tapping on a bird picture. All sounds can be saved as Ringtones, Notifications and Alarms by long.
  8. Recorded by David Stewart Nature Sound 1. Laughing Kookaburra. 2. Superb Lyrebird. 3. Eastern Whipbird. 4. Australian Magpie. 5. Willie Wagtail. 6. Galah.
  9. For over 50 years John Hutchinson has cut a solitary figure, traversing vast tracts of Western Australia in pursuit of what he calls his life’s work. John’s grand passion is capturing the extraordinary range of Western Australian bird songs, and it has earned him an international reputation.

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