[Tweeters] seeking original article on audial mimicry in birds

David Kreft dkreft at centurylink.net
Sat Jan 1 20:38:41 PST 2022

Anecdotally, I’ve heard Steller’s mimic a Red-tailed Hawk on two occasions. Very effectively cleared the feeders so they could have it to themselves.

Dave Kreft
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> On Jan 1, 2022, at 8:00 PM, ronpost4 at gmail.com wrote:



> Last summer I watched a European starling cry like a bald eagle for a few minutes. Today (1/01/2022) I heard and saw a Steller’s jay trying to mimic a hawk, maybe a Cooper’s. Looking for an interesting article about these sorts of phenomena, for WOSNews. Length at least 1,000 words. No deadline.

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