Birdsong Dawn Chorus England 26th May 2013

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Bird Song Playlist - click here : Please see my ANIMAL SOUNDS playlist Dawn Chorus England May 2013 The dawn chorus occurs when songbirds sing at the start of a new day. In temperate countries, this is most noticeable in spring, when the birds are either defending a breeding territory or trying to attract a mate. In a given location, it is common for different species to do their dawn singing at different times. In a study of the Ecuadoran forest, it was determined that birds perching higher in the trees and birds with larger eyes tend to pipe up first.[1] These correlations may be caused by the fact that both would also correlate with the amount of light perceived by the bird.[1] Moller used a play-back technique to investigate the effects of singing by the Black Wheatear (Oenanthe leucura) on the behaviour of both conspecifics and heterospecifics. It was found that singing increased in both groups in response to the wheateater and Moller suggested the dawn (and dusk) chorus of bird song may be augmented by social facilitation due to the singing of conspecifics as well as heterospecifics.[2] In some territories where bird life is extensive and birds are vocal, the sound of a dawn chorus can render early morning sleeping difficult International Dawn Chorus Day is the worldwide celebration of Nature's daily Miracle. This year there will be more opportunities than ever to join in the excitement. In the run up to the event events from all over the world and across the UK will be listed on this website, so visit us regularly to see what's planned in your area. In the UK the dawn chorus may begin as early as 4am in early summer. The most often heard species of birds are, in order of them beginning to sing: Blackbird Robin Wren Tawny Owl Chaffinch Common Pheasant Warblers, including Blackcap, Chiffchaff, Garden Warbler and Willow Warbler Song Thrush Greenfinch Dunnock Goldfinch Dawn Chorus ,birdsong,England,International Dawn Chorus Day,United Kingdom (Country)
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