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RE: emu encounters

Beg pardon in advance for taking this further off-topic...
Is anyone aware of an emu- or cassowary-call (that is, a device that
imitates the bird's sounds)?

Dinosaur content: didn't someone make a Parasaurolophus call from a skull
cast?  (and are copies available?)

Barry Groves

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-dinosaur@usc.edu [mailto:owner-dinosaur@usc.edu] On Behalf Of
Ronald Orenstein
Here is the relevant text, taken from the Handbook of the Birds of the

"Outside the breeding season, emus normally silent, except during 
confrontations, or when they come across strange objects; on such occasions 
both sexes make "grunting" and "booming" sounds, although males "boom" less