Jameson's Firefinch  
  (Lagonosticta rhodopareia)  
       Recorded by Faansie Peacock on 2017-07-06
South Africa, Mjejane Private Game Reserve, Hectorspruit, Mpumalanga
Comments: call.   The fast trilled call of this species, often likened to a purring cat. This sound is often mimicked by the host-specific brood parasite, Purple Indigobird. Dense riverine thicket.     bird-seen:yes     playback-used:no   Citation: Faansie Peacock, XC382942. Accessible at www.xeno-canto.org/382942.

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