Birds of Australia - recordings of more than one bird species
There are circumstances in which it is typical for more than one
bird species to be present, e.g. in the case of flocks of aquatic
birds, in particular when they are flushed together. Therefore,
in some cases it is not possible to isolate the calls of one species
from others, when they overlap in both time and frequency space.
Here a small selection of recordings that fall into this category.
Names of bird species are listed by order of appearance in the
These pages are largely based on our own observations and those of our
The structure of these bird pages is explained HERE. For more salient facts on any bird species
please refer to a field guide.
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