Thought you might enjoy learning about the sounds of 50 birds. This is from an email link I received. It looks like, but you will have to click the link to actually hear the sounds. Enjoy!! [Make sure you turn your sound up.]
Click any bird to hear the sounds they make! Click a second time to pause the sound.
Click any bird to hear the sounds they make! Click a second time to pause the sound.Use our quick, clickable guide for identifying backyard birds by the sounds they make! Chose any of these popular species to hear its typical bird sounds, from vocalizations of parrots to the chirping of songbirds. As you?re gardening in your backyard or wandering in the woods, you might be able to use our guide to identify a few distinctive bird calls. Identification of songbird sounds has a rich history; in the past, it was fairly complicated and frequently required mnemonics. For instance, the blue jay is recognized for singing ?queedle, queedle, queedle,? and the mourning dove sound can be written as ?hooo-ah hoo-hoo-hoo.? The northern flicker sounds like ?squeechu-squeechu-squeechu,? which might be easy to confuse with ?queedle? unless you?ve heard it in the wild yourself! It?s also helpful to consider where you are when you?re trying to identify birds; check out the maps to see if a particular bird is actually found in your area.
“Another parable He put forth to them, saying: “The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and sowed in his field, which indeed is the least of all the seeds; but when it is grown it is greater than the herbs and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and nest in its branches.” (Matthew 13:31-32 NKJV)