Interesting! I'm not sure which species the WTN was, but probably an odontocete of some kind. I thought the "some kind of bird" comment was interesting though, because cetaceans make sounds in a fundamentally different manner than we do. They use the museau de singe (translates as monkey's muzzle) also commonly known as phonic lips. Not that different from squeezing a balloon nozzle shut to squeak, and not that different from the syrinx used by birds. Vocal chords are so passe'!
I really hope I'm wrong and it's an auklet or something funky. The world is always more fun when it surprises you!
Was this a summoning?
Rebecca Watson mentions Dr Worm and Dr Worm shows up.
A witch, a witch.
I thought the WTN this week was a blade being pressed into dry ice.
Standing by to cut the whale line if I have fastened my iron to a guess that sounds too deep.