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    Help with bird ID

    Thank you for the suggestions, Andrew. If I have the occasion, I'll also try a common potoo in the film. I think it qualifies as a nightjar and it sounds quite amazing as well. Best, Rodrigo
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    Help with bird ID

    Thank you all for answering. I was kind of disappointed to know this isn't a native specie in Brazil. I'll try to offer another option to the film director that would be more accurate. Maybe a Piha which isn't much very far away in range.. Nonetheless thank you.
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    Help with bird ID

    Thank you Andrew! That's a sound that came from the picture editor. The film in which it is used takes place in Brazil, but I can't confirm that the bird recording is from there as well.
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    Help with bird ID

    Hi everyone, I work as a sound editor for film and tv. Today I came across with this recording of a bird. I like the sound, but the recording is terrible. So I need to identificate the bird in order to search for new better sounds of it. Could you help me with this? The sound is attached below...
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