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Song thrush

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The song thrush (Turdus philomelos) is a thrush that breeds across much of Eurasia. It has ..... song twice over, Lest you should think he never could recapture

How do we know a song thrush must have ears - Answers.com

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Their ears are below and just behind their eyes, they do not have external ear lobes, but if you look very carefully, you'll notice a small patch of feathers that are  ...

Song Thrush (Turdus philomelos) - GardenBird

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A Song Thrush can be easily recognised by its brown upper parts and cream ... Mistle Thrushes and Song Thrushes, but Song Thrushes are smaller, have ...

Pet bird advice | Song thrush - MaxiZoo

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The two are often confused but song Thrushes, but song Thrushes have ... To draw out a song Thrush to eat in your garden, you should leave food on the ground ...

The Singing Life of Birds | Donald Kroodsma

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Some birds have thousands of different songs, some only one, and some even none. ... He yearns to know not just what bird species he hears singing, but what individual ... After reading The Singing Life of Birds, you'll listen to birds with new ears. .... For the sheer beauty of song, you must read the discussion of thrushes.

The RSPB: Song thrush

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Smaller and browner than a mistle thrush with smaller spotting. Its habit of repeating song phrases distinguish it from singing blackbirds. It likes to eat snails  ...

Chapter 1 - Princeton University Press

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sounds to my human ears like a harsh and percussive terminal flourish. ... pure magic in the way the thrush must hear it, with his precision breathing. American ... bee- fee; and soon he sings fee- bee- bay- fee- bee, three different song patterns, .... heard him say “It's a chance to get to know my father better . . . but we could.

A Shakespeare Among Birds - National Wildlife Federation

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Aug 1, 2004 ... Among his winged brethren, the song of the wood thrush has no equal. He sings more enchantingly than any bird I know. ... The Pilgrims must have heard it, too, and perhaps the wood thrush comforted ... Of course, the tones most soothing to my ears may grate the nerves of other wood thrushes, and the ...

Turns out these birds create songs with the same rules humans do ...

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Nov 4, 2014 ... The hermit thrush seems to follow human scales, but we're not sure why. ... Many birds have beautiful calls, and some -- like the North American hermit thrush ... We don't know that there's something inherently pleasing about this way of creating music ... You must be logged in to recommend a comment.

Bird Song - Bird Academy

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Aug 12, 2014 ... The Nine Most Important Things To Know About Bird Song 1. Songbirds have the chops Songbirds learn their songs and perform ... half of the world's 10,000 bird species including warblers, thrushes, ... While the distinction between calls and songs is not always clear, it can be quite ear opening to explore ...

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Thrush's song fits human musical scales | New Scientist

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Nov 4, 2014 ... For centuries, birdwatchers have compared it to human music – and it turns ... Early studies sought to determine whether these mathematical ... What's more, Fitch says the thrush can produce other notes – meaning it must choose to use ... the hermit thrush song sounds melodious to our ear, but the debate ...

The Language of Song: An Interview with Donald Kroodsma ...

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Jul 1, 2002 ... Kroodsma has paid particular attention to local variation in song types, known as dialects. ... "Many people can identify a Wood Thrush (Hylocichla mustelina) when they ... So we removed the cochlea from the ears of a few Eastern Phoebes ... They should not have been able to develop normal songs after ...

Why do birds sing so much in spring? - science made simple

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Mar 26, 2015 ... By Becca Smithers Spring has sprung, the days are getting longer, the weather is ... Song thrush. ... Birds often have different songs for if they are attracting mates or ... song that can be recognised by human ears as well as bird ears, so ... If you hear a bird song or see a bird and you want to know which bird ...