Three-wattled Bellbird (108kB). This record is on Doug Van Gausig's The Sights and Sounds of Costa Rica. ``The combination of squeaky hinge and that BONG! It's an unmistakable sound you'll never forget!''
Dacelo novaeguineae (489kB) epitomizes something about
Australia. This record is on the page
of the Australian National Botanic Gardens,
maintained by the ANBG. "The 'laugh' of the Kookaburra is one of the most
enduring sounds of the Australian bush."
Another sample (323kB) from the Sound of the Week maintained by the Library of Natural Sounds at Cornell.
One hundred eleven (!) records available on
Xeno-canto. Also check Dan Mennil's
``The strange and remarkable song of the Montezuma Oropendola is an ascending series of overlapping bubbly syllables which crescendo to a high peak.'' (Daniel Mennill)
Albert's Lyrebird (WAV file). From the Birds of Lamington National Park website. Movie with dubbed-in sound on ARKive. Another (silent) movie on Wikipedia.