The New Zealand tui [pronounced too-ee], is a delightful noisy bird that mostly lives in our native bush/forests. Sometimes referred to as the 'parson bird', due to its white throated collar, its calls are varied and delightful.
Having a dual voice box the tui is able to produce 'sounds that range from a loud and complicated mix of tuneful notes, interspersed with coughs, grunts and wheezes.'[Google]
This morning as I write, I can hear a tui nearby, which is rather wonderful as they don't often visit suburbia.....
Frank from dVerse has prompted us to write a haibun [prose/haiku] to do with bird calls.
Here is the link: Bird Songs