Picking up where we left off yesterday, here are some of the birds in the display case about birdsong.
This panel beside the case explains how birds make sounds.
Nearby, a video screen shows birds in action.
Other cases look at bird behaviours such as nesting or preening.
i noticed there was some French words in some of those displays, been a long time since I tried to learn that at school.ReplyDelete
On the video screen can you also hear how the birds sing?ReplyDelete
Nowadays I have learnt to recognize a few bird songs.ReplyDelete
It would be nice if we could plug in to hear some of the birds.ReplyDelete
I need to learn more about birds...ReplyDelete
I can recognize some of the few birds that frequent my garden.ReplyDelete
...I wish that I knew the songs of the birds.ReplyDelete
Am fortunate to wake up to some bird song!ReplyDelete
I was thrilled to see 4 different species out my window this morning at dawn...a Red Bellied Woodpecker, a Carolina Wren, an American Robin and a Mourning Dove. What a charming collection!ReplyDelete
I love to hear birdsong.ReplyDelete
@Amy: since French and English are our official languages, both are always present in these museums.ReplyDelete
@Ella: I believe so.
@Italiafinlandia: I can too.
@Jan: I didn't think of videos.
@Catarina: me too.
@Nancy: all I have around are pigeons.
@Tom: some people are quite expert at it.
@Magiceye: they're quiet in the mornings this time of year.
@DJan: me too.
Glad you are inside staying warm ~ great post and photosReplyDelete
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You've found a lot of good information on bird habits. Always interesting.ReplyDelete
It’s nice to be able to recognize bird song.ReplyDelete
what an interesting post. I am a sorta birdwatcher so I like to see all the birdsReplyDelete
The many birds that come into my garden every day are amazing to listen to, except when they start demanding food 😊 I've enjoyed the bird posts very much William ✨ Happy weekend.ReplyDelete
i love listening to birds especially when I'm walking at the garden. I've gotten good at recognizing a few of them.ReplyDelete
@Carol: it is cold outside today.ReplyDelete
@Red: I think so.
@Marleen: it is.
@MB: thank you.
@Grace: birds can be demanding!
What a great variety of birds !ReplyDelete
Interesting to see dabblers and divers side by side.ReplyDelete
This page is ideal for my cat Rosie ! She loves birds ... in her way !ReplyDelete
What a wonderful variety of birds.ReplyDelete
It would be interesting to hear the different songs. I wonder if they do that.ReplyDelete
When we sing it's a chorus. When birds sing its a symphony!ReplyDelete
That would be a wonderful place to visit!ReplyDelete
@Karl: there is.ReplyDelete
@Marie: I think so.
@Bill: that is true.
@Jeanie: right now some of the interactive features are not available as Covid is ongoing.
@Cloudia: that's definitely the case.
@RedPat: it is.
been noticing that eagles and hawks are around, i have not seen a squirrel in a long long long time?? i think ...what will happen next? curious. ( ;ReplyDelete
That sixth image looks like a junco. We have lots of those downtown. They seem to enjoy the live oaks there.ReplyDelete
We notice them in winter.Delete
Nothing quite like birdsong. Love the new header photo too.ReplyDelete
Interesting note about 'how birds sing'.ReplyDelete
And so they do.Delete
I like the way the birds are used to explain their different behaviours. I've worked in two museums that had 19th century bird collections which were in large cases without any explanation:)ReplyDelete
It helps to have explanations.Delete