Dawn Chorus England
A nature sound with the freshness and feel of early morning. Dawn Chorus England is a birdsong nature sound guaranteed to put you in a good mood.
When in the fresh mornings I go into my garden before anyone is awake, I go for the time being into perfect happiness — Cecilia Thaxter
These bird sounds remind us that each day is a fresh start, a time of hope after the darkness of night. A chorus of sounds as dramatic and gentle as the sunrise. Listening to Dawn Chorus England reminds me of lying in bed next to an open window one long-ago summer’s day.
There can be few nature sounds as beautiful and evocative as the dawn chorus — with its dramatic burst of sound after the quiet of night, and its association with the arrival of summer.
In Great Britain the dawn chorus may begin as early as 4am in early summer. The most often heard species of birds are, in order of them beginning to sing: Blackbird, Robin, Wren, Tawny Owl, Chaffinch, Common Pheasant, Warblers, including Blackcap, Chiffchaff, Garden Warbler and Willow Warbler, and Song Thrush. (from Wikipedia).
Listen to Dawn Chorus England and make any time of day magical.
An annual International Dawn Chorus Day is held every year on the first Sunday in May. The public are encouraged to rise early to listen to bird song, at organized events. The first ever such event was held at Moseley Bog in Birmingham, England in 1984, by the Urban Wildlife Trust.
Dawn Chorus England was produced from audio uploaded by Sean Townsend on Freesound, a collaborative database of Creative Commons Licensed sounds.
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