If you’re looking for an alternative to the big city’s birds of prey, you can take a look at the mournful dove sound of the rattlesnasake.
The rattles snake, native to Africa, is known to be able to detect the presence of the flu virus.
The sound is made up of a series of whistles, which are a little like a whistling dog.
When it hears a rattles sound, the snake immediately jumps into the air and turns its head up.
Its mouth opens, and its tail drops down.
This sounds similar to a rattling door.
A rattles python is an endangered species and is not included in the endangered species list, but the rattlers are listed in the United States as threatened species.
They are also endangered in the UK, where they have been illegal to kill since the 1970s.
In the UK they are not allowed to be sold as pets.
There is also a petition that was started by a UK wildlife charity to kill them, but it has so far been unsuccessful.
The National Trust for Wildlife in the USA also considers the rattling snake as an endangered animal, but says it does not consider them to be threatened as they are considered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as being at risk of extinction.
If you want to hear the rattlings snake, you will need to use a live rattleson or live rattling bird.
These can be bought at pet shops, and are not venomous.
They can also be found in the woods, and if you find a live one, it will sound like a rattler’s snarl.
The bird you choose to watch is not important, as long as you are prepared to listen and not panic if something happens to the snake.