- Identify bird song how?
Most evenings I have a parambulation around an ancient monument, more often than not I can hear a bird singing and I want to identify it. I thought it was a skylark but cant see any in the sky.
Any ornathologists among the collective know of a good website to check out.Posted 7 years ago
Does it not fly along beside you and look you in the eye for a while Piggie? Maybe you could dismount and communicate with it somehow? 🙂Posted 7 years ago
😆 Darcy I want to be able to communicate with it, sing its song, become one with our feathered friends, the Jackdaw in Swansea was a sign I tell you a sign.
Thanks Sleepless, i need a site that has wavs (are wavs still around) of birds singing really.Posted 7 years ago
I downloaded the RSPB app the other week for £4.99. Worth every penny IMO!Posted 7 years ago
There is an app called Chirp! which is for exactly this, it’s v good and only £1.99.Posted 7 years ago
Shoot it and then use pictures to identify it.Posted 7 years ago
zilog6128 – Member
There is an app called Chirp! which is for exactly this, it’s v good and only £1.99.
Oooh! Thanks! 😀Posted 7 years ago
Posted 7 years ago
I thought it was a skylark but cant see any in the sky.
Believe me, unless you see a skylark launch itself and start singing, they’re bloody difficult to locate. They go to a fair height, and they’re a small bird.Posted 7 years ago
Could be a Corn Bunting, or a Yellowhammer. they’re related, and like to perch on bushes and sing their little heads off.
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