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Subject: Mimics
From: Sandy <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Sandy <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sat, 4 Feb 2006 00:30:16 -0000
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Two days ago I heard an osprey, a new bird for my little lake, but
when I went outside to take a look, it was a boat-tailed grackle
instead....
Sandy Koi
Fort Lauderdale
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>---- Original Message ----
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>Subject: RE: [FLBIRDS] White-eyed Vireo Mimics Great-crested
>Flycatcher?
>Date: Fri, 3 Feb 2006 12:52:54 -0500
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>>
>>I was just now stunned to hear apparent Great-crested Flycatcher
>typical 
>>"wheep" calls beamed into the office over the audio monitor.  Three 
>>"wheeps" in a row, followed shortly by a typical White-eyed Vireo
>song 
>>that was repeated twice, and then two more "wheeps" and more vireo
>song. 
>>  Whatever was making this commotion was obviously very close to the
>
>>monitor, but a visual inspection revealed only a vireo, so I must 
>>conclude vocal mimcry.  White-eyeds are known mimics.  I recall a
>grad 
>>student from UF studying this behavior, but don't recall where it
>was 
>>published.  Perhaps the Wilson Bulletin?
>>
>>Can't always believe your ears...
>>
>>Noel Wamer
>>Jacksonville, FL
>>
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