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The short-lived concentration of bird songs around dawn. In the temperate regions, it is usually restricted when birds are establishing territories and attracting mates.[1]
Dawn Chorus ♪♫ 10 minutes in Spring 2009 ~ British Birds UK ~ wildlife videos10:05

Dawn Chorus ♪♫ 10 minutes in Spring 2009 ~ British Birds UK ~ wildlife videos

A UK dawn chorus

Goldfinch and bird song ♪♫ ~ British Birds UK ~ wildlife videos01:01

Goldfinch and bird song ♪♫ ~ British Birds UK ~ wildlife videos

Another UK dawn chorus with a goldfinch at a feeder

In Devonshire

In Devonshire, the dawn chorus is not limited by these species:

References

  1. ^ Frances, Peter; et al. (2007). Bird: The Definitive Visual Guide. Dorling Kindersley Inc. ISBN 1564582957. 
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