The green catbird is one of Australia's songbirds but, to my ears, not a very good one; well, I don't like their sound shall we say. Their call is supposed to sound like a cat, but it's like no cat I've ever heard. Here he is singing his head off.
I'd heard their raucous call around the place many times but could never get a clear enough view to see what they looked like so I could look them up in my bird book. They always managed to be in thick bushes or in a tree I couldn't see. However, the other day when I heard the call and rushed out with my new camera, I spotted them high up in a neighbour's pine tree.
I couldn't find any info to allow me to differentiate between male and female but perhaps I was too far away to see any subtle differences anyway. These two eventually flew off to a tree where I couldn't photograph them, of course. They're very pretty.