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2010-04-23 01:39:50
Lol, Im playing all kinds of different sounds to my dog and cat and you should see their funny reactions :P
2010-04-22 21:51:26
Thanks for the links, Poppy. I've watched both and thought they were good. I'm not trying to boast, but the recording I made of the butcherbird is miles better. About the trolls, just ignore them, Poppy....
2010-04-22 21:49:47
How little people need to be happy... Just push - button on your comment. Keep on with your comments! :D
2010-04-22 21:44:32
Found a butcherbird singing, it's lovely! ...and here's a duet: A premium-user troll is following me everywhere and downvoting each comment I make. I hope it makes her/him happy. ;-)
2010-04-22 21:34:19
That scenario you painted Poppy, sounds really beautiful and relaxing. I once had a CD of Australian birdsongs. I sent it to my friend who lives in Wisconsin. She loves the CD too. Actually, I must get that again and then I can give a copy to my mum. She loves bird calls too. She particularly loves to listen to sparrows and butcherbirds. The butcherbirds have a very wonderful call. This is what the bird looks like... I have a beautiful call of it, but it is my own file of it as I taped it on my phone. The calls on the internet are different to the recording I made. I wish I could attach it here. After seeing what is featured on that CD I had, I must get that back again. Here is what is on that CD...
2010-04-22 21:20:40
I have several CDs that have nothing but bird song on them, and I play them nearly every day. As my flat is filled with pot plants (some of them up to the ceiling), I can almost imagine myself being out in Nature and hearing and seeing the real birds. ..
2010-04-22 21:13:12
Thanks for that, Poppy. Just listened to it and it is very beautiful. I could listen to that bird call all day.. :)
2010-04-22 21:06:55
You can listen to it:
2010-04-22 20:52:26
What a shame we can't hear audio here. I'd love to listen to that beautiful call. If you'll pardon the pun, I'd lap it up... :)
2010-04-22 20:37:06
Bluethroat (Luscinia svecica). In Finland, they nest in Lapland, but can be seen in southern Finland when they're migrating. Bluethroat has the most fabulous song, and therefore we call it the Nightingale of Lapland, and it is also the regional bird of Lapland.
2010-04-22 10:52:15
Could one of you bird experts tell me what kind of bird this is?...I know it's not a Marilyn Monroe!! : )
2010-04-22 09:07:45
Great bird pic! I've never seen one like it, but I think it uploaded wrong on the page because I am seeing two pictures attached, maybe you could post it again. I think I voted for it, but the voting button was beneath the pic?