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  1. Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs) Song. Short and fast descending song that ends with 'diddieoo', or repetitive, insistent single notes known as the chaffinch's rain song. Calls. Contact call is an abrupt 'pink, pink' sound. Best time to hear. Can be heard throughout spring and summer.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Turquoise Label Vinyl release of Songs Of British Birds No.1 on Discogs/5(7).
  3. An occasional Common Chaffinch may be seen in North America, but these may be escaped caged birds. An introduced colony of Common Chaffinches also still exists in South Africa near Cape Town. This species prefers open woodlands, gardens and farms, and primarily eats seeds while feeding its young a diet of insects.
  4. The common chaffinch is about cm ( in) long, with a wingspan of – cm (– in) and a weight of 18–29 g (– oz). The adult male of the nominate subspecies has a black forehead and a blue-grey crown, nape and upper mantle. The rump is a light olive-green; the lower mantle and scapulars form a brown resjobclirensdoforgebarfpratovafge.coinfo side of head, throat and breast are a dull rust-red.
  5. Bird songs are common sounds to us all, but why do birds sing? Imagine you're a male willow warbler, and you’ve just flown 2, miles ( km) from Africa. It's spring, and you need to find a mate quickly. However, your home is a woodland and you’re the colour of leaves. What better way of.
  6. Oct 01,  · This is the definitive CD of bird noises, and covers all species encountered in the UK. The quality of the recordings is very good, as one would expect from a British Library badged product, and as an aid to aural identification this is a useful resource, with Reviews:
  7. Aug 25,  · Forest Birdsong - Relaxing Nature Sounds - Birds Chirping - REALTIME - NO LOOP - 2 Hours - HD p - Duration: TheSilentWatcher 8,, views
  8. The chaffinch's social call (the familiar “pink”) is given by a bird temporarily separated from its flock (out of the breeding season) or its mate (during the breeding season). The same call may be used by a bird wishing to rally other chaffinches to help the caller mob an owl and successfully get it to move on.

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