The sounds are from Nick Penny's CD Woodland Birdsong http://www.nickpenny.com/cds/ Images by Lawrie Webb http://www.rarebirdalert.co.uk/RealDa... except the nightingale by Derek Henderson http://www.derekhenderson.ifp3.com/.
These are birds you might see or hear in an English wood in spring. Their names (and where they appear in the slideshow) are: (0.00) Songthrush; (0.30) Blackbirds; (1.00) Robin; (1.30) Mistle Thrush; (2.00) Wren; (2.30) Chaffinch; (3.00) Blackcap; (3.35) Cuckoo; (4.00) Rooks; (4.35) Chiffchaff; (5.00) Dunnock; (5.35) Skylark; (6.05) Great Tit; (6.35) Garden Warbler; (7.00) Willow Warbler; (7.35) Nightingale.
that's beastly and alluring.
i think i'm crying. it's that sleek.
i hate thiz. sub back
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