Songs of Garden Birds

Songs of Garden Birds : The Definitive Audio Guide to British Garden Birds

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A very popular audio guide which helps to identify the bids that come to the UK's gardens not just the early morning minstrels that wake us with their songs, but all those that sing around our homes at any time. Features recordings of the typical songs and calls of the 52 species most commonly found in British gardens. This CD presents an introduction to learning and identifying bird sounds in your garden. Includes an introductory booklet."show more

Product details

  • CD-Audio | 1 pages
  • 120 x 142 x 12mm | 99.79g
  • The British Library Publishing Division
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 071230519X
  • 9780712305198
  • 185,266

Table of contents

1 House Sparrow 2 Starling 3 Blackbird 4 Song Thrush 5 Mistle Thrush 6 Blue Tit 7 Great Tit 8 Coal Tit 9 Marsh Tit 10 Long-tailed Tit 11 Greenfinch 12 Goldfinch 13 Chaffinch 14 Robin 15 Dunnock 16 Wren 17 Feral Pigeon 18 Wood Pigeon 19 Collared Dove 20 Magpie 21 Jay 22 Carrion Crow 23 Rook 24 Jackdaw 25 Great Spotted Woodpecker 26 Green Woodpecker 27 Sparrowhawk 28 House Martin 29 Swallow 30 Pied Wagtail 31 Nuthatch 32 Treecreeper 33 Goldcrest 34 Spotted Flycatcher 35 Blackcap 36 Chiffchaff 37 Willow Warbler 38 Bullfinch 39 Siskin 40 Brambling 41 Black-headed Gull 42 Redwing 43 Fieldfare 44 Tree Sparrow 45 Reed Bunting 46 Yellowhammer 47 Pheasant 48 Rose-ringed Parakeet 49 Swift 50 Canada Goose 51 Herring Gull 52 Tawny Owlshow more

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'I'm prepared to bet that this CD of bird song will be among your "most inspiring audios ever" collection.' The Guardianshow more