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Birdsong       started by Norm+Yvonne on 14 Jan 2010   (22464)
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From Norm+Yvonne

14 Jan 2010 11:20 AM
(107169)
For anyone sick of squawking crows.... http://www.birdsongradio.com/radio-birdsong-listen.php Sad, I know, but it was lovely doing a bit of ironing this morning with the doors open, the sun shining and this playing Yvonne
From simonc

To Norm+Yvonne

14 Jan 2010 4:24 PM
(107173)
Nice one.... The crows are a bit lively at the mo, and the kookaburras, at what seems like 4 am outside my bedroom window every morning. At least the doves have shut up for a bit.
From Norm+Yvonne

To simonc

14 Jan 2010 4:35 PM
(107174)
yeh....when we were at mum's this summer I'd lay with the bedroom window open at 4am and just listen to the birds....it was amazing. I really miss that.
From simonc

To Norm+Yvonne

14 Jan 2010 5:19 PM
(107175)
Perth birds cant sing and the crows have an Aussie drawl! They make up for it in colour though. Down south I have woken up to a more pleasant chorus.
From tisme

To simonc

14 Jan 2010 6:58 PM
(107176)
Most of the plants in my garden are bird attracting plants, and I wake up to a lovely chorus every morning.
From Norm+Yvonne

To tisme

14 Jan 2010 11:07 PM
(107181)
You're very lucky....I haven't heard anything that sounds as nice as English birdsong.
From tisme

To Norm+Yvonne

15 Jan 2010 12:59 PM
(107187)
Plant some native bushes, they attract the smaller birds into your garden.
From Norm+Yvonne

To tisme

15 Jan 2010 5:00 PM
(107189)
Norm wants to know if they'll attract Blue tits?
From tisme

To Norm+Yvonne

15 Jan 2010 5:39 PM
(107190)
I get the tiny bight blue wrens, but no blue tits.
From jimboman

To tisme

15 Jan 2010 8:13 PM
(107192)
We get Kooka's, Wagtails, Honeyeaters, 28's and King Parrots in our garden. We also get magpies with their daily warble. The combined racket has me up at daybreak every day.