Reed Bunting at dawn

Créé par le 21 oct 2012 | Dans : Reed bunting

 

 

This is about 3.30am in April. There is a Reed Bunting with some Greylag Geese. Fluctuating in volume is a Grasshopper Warbler. The high yapping noise is a Coot. This call echoes beautifully around the marsh.

Willow warbler and Wren (Phylloscopus trochilus and Troglodytes troglodytes)

Créé par le 09 juil 2011 | Dans : Warbler, Willow warbler

This is a favourite birdsong of mine. It conjures pictures of green foliage and warm sun. Recorded at Westwood Marshes, Suffolk at 05:05 on 5th July 2011.

Whitethroat

Créé par le 18 mai 2011 | Dans : Warbler, Whitethroat

Song of the Whitethroat starting with the churr of an alarm call?

Carrion crow (Corvus corone)

Créé par le 06 mai 2011 | Dans : Crow, Dawn chorus


This is from a two hour recording made for Interational Dawn Chorus day. It was made on 23rd April at Westwood Marshes, Suffolk . These Crows were mobbing a Marsh Harrier, whose high call can be heard after 12secs.

Savi’s warbler (Locustella luscinioides)

Créé par le 07 jan 2011 | Dans : Savi's warbler, Warbler

This uncommon warbler, heard churring in the background, was at Westwood Marshes on 3rd May 2010. Not a brilliant recording of it, but a nice soundscape of the reedbeds in spring.

Oystercatcher (Haematopus ostralegus)

Créé par le 01 jan 2011 | Dans : Oystercatcher

This pair of Oystercatchers were nesting on the shingle beach near Dunwich, Suffolk. They displayed and called to each other for about five minutes. June 2010.

Water rail (Rallus aquaticus)

Créé par le 06 déc 2010 | Dans : Water rail


These were at Westwood Marshes at half past six in the morning, April. They often call at the same time as Cetti’s warblers. Perhaps one inspires the other to sing.

Nightjar (Caprimulgus europaeus)

Créé par le 24 nov 2010 | Dans : Nightjar


Westleton Heath at 3am on a windy morning, June 2009.

Spotted Crake (Porzana porzana)

Créé par le 24 nov 2010 | Dans : Spotted crake


Recorded at Westwood Marshes, Suffolk, in April 2009. The « whit, whit, whit » of the crake is somewhat hidden by a very loud Wren. This is one of the birdsongs that inspired me to buy my recording equipment, after hearing it on a cd of Polish birds. The sound could be heard about half a mile away.

Bull

Créé par le 10 nov 2010 | Dans : Mammals

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