Learning North American bird songs

This April 2017 video from the USA says about itself:

Learning bird song can be tricky. We’ve all been there.

That’s why the Cornell Lab of Ornithology developed a new online course.

How to Identify Bird Song uses a unique teaching approach. Travel North America visiting real soundscapes. Did you test yourself on the bird species we imitated in the video?

Here they are in order of appearance: 1 Mourning Dove 2 Northern Cardinal 3 Barred Owl 4 Eastern Screech Owl 5 Asian Koel 6 Yellow Warbler—Sweet, sweet, sweet. Isn’t it sweet? 7 White-throated Sparrow—Old Sam Peabody Peabody Peabody! 8 Olive-sided Flycatcher—Quick three beers! 9 Eastern Towhee—Drink your tea! 10 Warbling Vireo—I’ll see you and I’ll seize you and I’ll squeeze you ’til you squirt!

Director: Karen Rodriguez Videographers: Chris Foito & Karen Rodriguez Editor: Chris Foito Producers: Mya Thompson & Sarah Wagner

Appearances by (in chronological order): Mya Thompson, Michael Huffaker, Marc Devokaitis, Andrew Weber, Ashik Rahaman, Kathi Borgmann

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