Bird Songs

Here are presented the following bird songs (some names sound pretty weird, esp. to a German native speaker): 00:00 blackbird 00:31 blue tit 00:49 great tit 01:09 yellowhammer 01:38 hoopoe 01:49 skylark 02:12 nightingale 02:41 thrush nightingale 03:09 swift 03:24 chimney swallow 03:44 grey wagtail 04:05 chaffinch 04:19 sedge warbler 04:36 wren

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Comments

  1. your poor bird, why do you do that? What type of bird to you have?

  2. Skylark reminds me of the olden days of a dial up modem… oh the horror!

  3. Az elhangzás sorrendjében:

    fekete rigó (Turdus merula)
    kékcinke (Parus caeruleus)
    széncinke (Parus major)
    citromsármány (Emberiza citrinella)
    búbos banka (Upupa epops)
    mezei pacsirta (Alauda arvensis)
    fülemüle (Luscinia megarhynchos)
    nagy fülemüle (Luscinia luscinia)
    sarlósfecske (Apus apus)
    kéménysarlósfecske – (Hirunda rustica)
    hegyi billegető (Motacilla cinerea)
    erdei pinty (Fringilla coelebs)
    foltos nádiposzáta (Acrocephalus schoenobaenus)
    ökörszem (Troglodytes troglodytes)

  4. I play this with my bird, and he freaks out, almost like he sees a tiger or somethan! It cool. 😀 thanks:)

  5. My cockatiel loves the thrush nightingale, he literally goes mad when I play it.

  6. haha putted hedfphones to my cat and he was like what is there bird inside?? 😀

  7. this only happens cause the democrats have the upper hand and then the bird sung

  8. 2:41 must be the bird they got the sound inspiration to the car alarm

  9. This is great, my cat loves this so much! She even curled up in a ball on my lap while listening to this, she never does this. I’m going to play this more often.

  10. Is there another name for the blue tit? I want to use it in a story but don’t feel like calling it a blue tit . . .