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No Artist - Common Birds (And Their Songs) album flac Performer: No Artist
Title: Common Birds (And Their Songs)
Style: Field Recording
Released: 1998
MP3 album: 1486 mb
FLAC album: 1782 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Genre: Not albums

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The songs of the birds are likewise, and if you have a cat, you will amuse them along with yourself as you listen. Great beginners bird guide. Published by Thriftbooks. I am new to birding and have no doubt I can improve my bird identification with the help of this CD and guidebook. Elliott and Read combine stunning photographs of fifty songbirds with lively information about their lives. And that's not all. They ice the cake with an audio CD that will fill your house with song. The recordings give a range of vocalizations for each species, so the listener can sit back and gain his own sense of how the birds sound in the field. There's never been another book quite like this one, and I recommend it most enthusiastically to bird lovers and their friends.

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Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 1998. Common Birds and Their Songs Audio CD is a delightful book and CD package that provides a unique introduction to fifty of the most familiar birds of North America and the songs they sing. Each bird is described in vivid detail in the 128 page accompanying book – its natural history, habitat, voice, range, and field marks. Stunning color photographs are by Marie Read. Range maps show where each species is found in different seasons.

Tracklist

1 American Robin
2 Baltimore Oriole
3 Northern Cardinal
4 Northern Mockingbird
5 Blue Jay
6 American Crow
7 Mourning Dove
8 Northern Flicker
9 Downy Woodpecker
10 House Wren
11 Black-capped Chickadee
12 White-breasted Nuthatch
13 Cedar Waxwing
14 House Finch
15 Ruby-throated Hummingbird
16 Chipping Sparrow
17 Song Sparrow
18 Evening Grosbeak
19 Killdeer
20 Red-tailed Hawk
21 American Kestrel
22 Eastern Kingbird
23 Barn Swallow
24 Eastern Bluebird
25 Yellow Warbler
26 Indigo Bunting
27 American Goldfinch
28 Eastern Towhee
29 Eastern Meadowlark
30 Brown-headed Cowbird
31 Canada Goose
32 Mallard
33 Wood Duck
34 Great Blue Heron
35 Belted Kingfisher
36 Tree Swallow
37 Marsh Wren
38 Common Yellowthroat
39 Red-winged Blackbird
40 Ruffed Grouse
41 Wild Turkey
42 Barred Owl
43 Great Horned Owl
44 Pileated Woodpecker
45 Wood Thrush
46 Rose-breated Grosbeak
47 Red-eyed Vireo
48 Yellow-rumped Warbler
49 Scarlet Tanager
50 Dark-eyed Junco

Credits

  • Recorded By – Lang Elliott

Notes

Follows the Order of the Companion Book

Disc made in Hong Kong