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Whip Bird BI445768

A whip-crack song is a familiar sound in forests of eastern Australia, and it signifies we have eastern whip birds about. More often than not, these delightful fast-moving little birds are heard much more often than seen. The male and female are similar in plumage.
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A whip-crack song is a familiar sound in forests of eastern Australia, and it signifies we have eastern whip birds about. More often than not, these delightful fast-moving little birds are heard much more often than seen. The male and female are similar in plumage.