Pied-Billed Grebe - No Artist - Bird Songs - Western Boreal Forest (CD)


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2004
Label: Neville Recording - NR08 • Format: 2x, CD • Country: Canada • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Field Recording


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  1. Tukree
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Stokes Field Guide To Bird Songs - Eastern Region on Discogs.
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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Western Bird Songs - Various Artists on AllMusic - - The Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology put out a 9/
  3. Kigakus
    Part bird, part submarine, the Pied-billed Grebe is common across much of North America. These small brown birds have unusually thick bills that turn silver and black in summer. These expert divers inhabit sluggish rivers, freshwater marshes, lakes, and estuaries. They use their chunky bills to kill and eat large crustaceans along with a great variety of fish, amphibians, insects, and other.
  4. Goltizragore
    Bird Songs of the Scottish Highlands and Islands John Neville Bird Songs of Canada's West Coast John Neville Songs & Sounds of the Canadian Rockies John Neville.
  5. Akinosida
    Nov 13,  · The most widespread grebe in the New World, and the most familiar in most temperate parts of North America. Far less sociable than most grebes, almost never in flocks, sometimes found singly on small marshy ponds. When disturbed or suspicious, it may sink slowly until only head is above water. Rarely seen in flight. Often secretive in the breeding season, hiding in marsh, making bizarre.
  6. Brajas
    Beginners Guide to Bird Songs of North AmericaAn eight lesson guide on 3 CDsby John Neville & Mel CoulsonISBN ; nevillerecording Reviewed by Simon Elliott This is the latest offering from Canadian WSRS member John Neville's rapidly growing output of bird sound CDs, and represents a leap from regional to continental coverage.
  7. Zugami
    Each CD is an exhaustive resource of recorded bird song, complete with spoken introductions identifying each bird before the examples are played. All of the CDs in the series are designed to work with both AviSys Song and Bird Song Master educational home computer programs and come with an informative booklet detailing where each bird can be found.

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