How does it sing??

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Stavros01
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hi,

I would like to know what is the singing melody of a rufous backed mannikin male??
Does anyone have a video showing it??


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They only usually make a few warbling notes in few seconds
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List of videos of rufous birds, a few different names. Hopefully one of them is the one you want.
https://www.google.com.au/search?q=rufo ... 00&bih=710
Also this, still pics in video form of a Rufous Ovenbird building a nest
viewtopic.php?f=47&t=11617&p=106029&hil ... rd#p106029
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Rufous Mannikin song is virtually inaudible.
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Hi,

Thanks, Diane but it is none of those Birds
Better said, in his cientific name is lonchura negricep
The one i have here just makes a very loady "Piu" and nothing more.

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You can see the beak moving but bugger all noise comes out - I think its below a frequency we can hear easily.
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Ok, so the conclusion i get is that yhe bird i have is a female.
It only make a very short Biiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuu.
I must get a male for her.


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