A great spotted woodpecker in a tree, calling.
A ring-necked parakeet calling and flying.
Chaffinches. Blackbirds. A jay. A magpie.
Leefructus is 123 or 124-million-years-old, and is one of the earliest angiosperms – or flowering plants – yet found. That makes it roughly contemporary with the ancestors of all flowering plants around today: here.