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Confusing Pairs of Birdsong

Series: Learn Birdsong trilogy Volume: 3
By: Ken Jackson(Narrator)
runtime: 40 min
Manufacturer: Sounds Natural
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The third in the trilogy, using the same extended recordings with minimal identifying narration, and featuring such easily confused 'twins' as Blackcap and Garden Warbler, Reed and Sedge Warblers, Wren and Robin calls, Rook and Carrion Crow, Great and Coal Tits, Redshank and Greenshank, Greylag and Pink-footed Geese, and three pairs of gulls – Black-headed and Kittiwake, Herring and Common, and Lesser and Great Black-backed.

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Series: Learn Birdsong trilogy Volume: 3
By: Ken Jackson(Narrator)
runtime: 40 min
Manufacturer: Sounds Natural
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