two-note call


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a birdcall having two notes

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Our native cuckoo appears to be the only one to make that distinctive, descending minor third two-note call.
When she issues a high-pitched two-note call, they come running to her.
Males may repeat the two-note call 16 to 20 times in a single second.
Blue jays burble their uncharacteristically musical two-note call. Before the sun passes the vernal equinox, spring begins to assert itself.
A total species bird endangered The unmistakable two-note call of the cuckoo, described by Wordsworth as a "wandering voice", also traditionally signalled the start of spring.
18 Which C is a bird that has the same name as the sound of its two-note call and is best known for laying its eggs in other birds' nests?
18 Which C is a bird that has the same name as the sound of its two-note call - and is known for laying its eggs in other birds' nests?
Cuckoo!' Its little flue pipes sent the two-note calls echoing down the tunnels.