A Conversation for Owls of the British Isles
Loonsworld Started conversation Apr 22, 2008
Skankyrich [?] Posted Apr 24, 2008
Yes, but I felt it was too long-winded to explain in a snappy intro. Further on, the Entry says:
'It is responsible for the classic 'tu-whit, tu-whoo' sound of owls at night - although, in reality, it is the male that makes a long rambling 'whooo' sound while the female provides a sharp 'ke-wick' reply'
And a mention in a footnote that it isn't always that way round
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