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Song thrush - Wikipedia

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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 ...

ear training - Are we all born with the ability to detect a note out of ...

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May 19, 2014 ... I would like to know why humans can detect a note out of tune relative ... It must have been very hard to learn perfect pitch when your base .... People who sing along with the radio may have learned the pitches through listening to the song ... The hermit thrush uses a pentatonic scale, the canyon wren all 12 ...

Frequently Asked Questions about Birds - Celebrate Urban Birds

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Over the years we have received many wonderful questions about birds! ... If you don't know where a Killdeer chick was picked up, but do know where another ... Unfortunately for us, many of these sounds are not musical to the human ear. ... can cause a super cool phenomenon called "duetting" of songs where a bird can  ...

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 Swainson's Thrush - 09/28/12 - Bird Watcher's General Store

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Sep 28, 2012 ... Could you please tell me what kind of bird this is? ... together): many thrushes also have exquisite, haunting songs. ... yet his work must have been notable because several birds have been ... Well, believe it or not, some birders, with way better skills (and ears) than I have, are able to sit outside in the pitch ...

You Make My Heart Sing - Greenmuseum.org

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I strain my ears to catch some pretty rocking bird beats, but they sounded familiar. ... Rain must start in the rainforest room every day before sunrise. ... Yet anyone who has spent time training birds will know they surprise you. ... Let's take the bird song at face value, engaging with what it sounds like rather than obsessing ...

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 ...

The Singing Life - Looking Deeper into Bird Songs

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And every spring I must learn the warblers' songs all over again. ... I know birdsongs the way I know French and German. ... his eyes, letting the birds' spectrograms show him what he would not have discriminated with his ears alone. ... For example, the wood thrush sings two tracks at once, each with a separate voice box.