British children asked to imitate bitterns


Chris Packham asks children to imitate bitterns

After the red deer sound imitation contests … and the Tyrannosaurus rex sound imitation contest for children … now BBC wildlife TV presenter Chris Packham asks children up to yen years old on Twitter to imitate bittern sound for BBC TV program Springwatch.

This is a video about a bittern, in Minsmere, England.

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