Sing Joyfully

I made this re­cording of birds in my garden at dawn on 22 April 2010. It was part of a whole heap of field re­cord­ings that I am only just sifting through. I’m afraid I can’t tell you what type of bird it is; I only ever spot black­birds, mag­pies and, more re­cently, the oc­ca­sional robin, but I don’t think it’s any of those.

Help your­self to a down­load, but please keep to this Creative Commons License. Apologies for the alarm clock at 1'55".

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