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Scissor-tailed Nightjar

Hydropsalis torquata

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Kassius Santos
Kassius Santos 12 years ago

Yes Mike, some species made sounds like this here in Brazil too. There are a wide variety of sounds emitted by the various species found here.

MickGrant 12 years ago

Thanks KassiusKlaySantos- European birds made a churing croaking sound I have heard when living there.

Kassius Santos
Kassius Santos 12 years ago

No Mick, they sing, like a whistling.

MickGrant 12 years ago

Nice photos - do they croak?

Kassius Santos
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Kassius Santos

Lavras, Minas Gerais, Brazil

Spotted on Oct 24, 2010
Submitted on Oct 12, 2011

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