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Sea Shore Birds



From the introduction: ".. This CD allows the listener to discover these atmospheres as if he were a bird within the colony. The recordings were made with a microphone placed within a colony with cable or radio connection to a recorder on a boat at sea. Other than for the pleasure of simply listening to the sound atmospheres, this CD can be used as a sound identification guide thanks to its indexing: each track index corresponds to the calls of a single species in the foreground of the recording. .." CD & booklet in English and French

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The Calls of Ducks and Geese (Know Your Bird Sounds)



Softcover and CD (Audio) set
Kevin Colver and Lang Elliott
88 pages, 40 colour photos.

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Birds of Prey and Owls of Western Europe



Audio CD with recordings of all Birds of Prey and Owls of Western Europe. All 98 recordings except one were recorded in the wild. With 30 page booklet in English and French.Jean C. Roché

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Songs of the Antbirds



Phyllis Isler and Bret Whitney
This audio production provides the vocalisations of more than 270 species of antshrikes, antbirds and gnateaters - all of the antbirds for which recordings are known to exist. Each species is individually indexed by track number and announced. This compilation of the songs or "loud calls" covers the vast majority of this neotropical bird family with many of the recordings being rare, unique, and never before published. An accompanying booklet provides information on recording location, elevational distribution, foraging height, "sociality," and habitat for each species.

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Voices of New World Parrots



Whitney, Parker, Budney, Munn & Bradbury
This audio production provides typical flight and perched vocalisations for 135 species of parrot found in Central and South America -the majority of the species and many of the populations of New World parrots. Each species is individually indexed and announced. The accompanying booklet includes notes on identification from a field perspective, with sections on the distinguishing visual features and behavioral characteristics of the genera of New World parrots, and highlights some of the principal conservation considerations surrounding New World Parrots. With the publication of this CD set comes the opportunity to learn to recognize these birds in the field, and to confirm tentative or doubtful identifications in a fraction of the time that would otherwise be required. 3 CD Set.

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Larger Thrushes



Jean C. Roché
The songs of thrushes including Blackbird, Ring Ouzel, Redwing, Mistle Thrush, Song Thrush, Fieldfare, Rock Thrush and Blue Rock Thrush. . The CD is indexed but not announced. ...

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The Blackbird: Sound portraits of the Blackbird in song


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A Nocturne of Nightingales



From the booklet "I have simply chosen the thirteen best recordings of nightingales that I have made since 1958, the year I first started field recording."....The first nine tracks are of the Nightingale (Luscinia megarhynchos), which is found throughout Western Europe. Arriving at the end of April, it sings until the first days of July and then falls silent until migrating back to Africa a few weeks later.Jean C. Roché

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Sylvia Warblers



Jean C. Roché Powerful, lyrical recordings of some of Europe’s most dazzling avian songsters. Savour the rapture of these small birds with big hearts. Covers thirteen species complete with a section on calls, making this an educational as well as a pleasurable experience. The CD is indexed but not announced. 61 min.

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Collins Field Guide to Warbler Songs & Calls of Britain & Europe



The only CD audio guide to the Warblers of Britain and Europe, one of the hardest groups of birds to identify -- often the only way to tell them apart is by their songs and calls. Possibly the most difficult group of birds to identify, often known as 'little brown jobs' as they are so difficult to distinguish visually, many warblers can only be identified positively by their songs and calls. The three CDs contained in this book provide high quality recordings of all the Warbler species that occur in Britain and Europe, and the accompanying book explains how to interpret the sounds and make an accurate identification.

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Petrels Night and Day: A Sound Approach Guide



Magnus Robb & Killian Mullarney
Explore the latest frontier of European birding. Be amazed by exclusive stereo recordings of 23 petrels as they electrify the night. Learn from full-colour plates, how to identify these mysterious birds as they fly past our shores. Discover for yourself how research has decrypted new species on vulnerable and secret islands. Petrels night and day illustrates the sounds with sonograms and describes the recording locations. Listen to Zino's, Fea's, Desertas and Bulwer's Petrel, Cory's, Scopoli's and Cape Verde Shearwater, Great Shearwater, Madeiran and Boyd's Little Shearwater, Manx, Balearic and Yelkouan Shearwater, Northern Fulmar, White-faced Storm Petrel, European and Mediterranean Storm Petrel, Leach's Storm Petrel, Atlantic, Monteiro's, Madeiran and Cape Verde Storm Petrel, and Swinhoe's Storm Petrel. Learn how to identify them in daylight, when they are joined by Sooty Shearwater and Wilson's Storm Petrel from the Southern Hemisphere. Be warned: this book could start a serious obsession.
The Sound Approach to Birding



BIRDWATCH, November 2006
'The new benchmark for understanding bird sounds, regardless of
the ability of the listener.'
Mark Constantine

A revolutionary new approach! Learn the facts of bird sound while listening to over 200 beautiful exclusive stereo recordings from all over the world. Combining anecdote, scientific theory and practical field experience the Sound Approach to birding is a step-by-step guide through tone, pitch, rhythm, reading sonograms, acoustics, and using sounds to age and sex birds. It explains how bird sounds are often the first indication of previously unrecognised taxonomic splits, and explains how to identify them. With the Sound Approach you can maximise the use of sound in enhancing your field skills, and improving your standards of identification, whatever the level of your experience.

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