Nocturnal Concerts of the World 1
Under cover of darkness, sound becomes all-important. Birds exit the familiar stage of daylight for a different set of wild players. From France to Romania to Kenya, this production proves that night-time indeed belongs to the insects and amphibians. They sing, barely troubled by thunder and rain, in this tender portrayal of a world beyond bedtime. 73 min.
|Common Name||Scientific Name|
|Common Coot||Fulica atra|
|Long-eared Owl||Asio otus|
|Sedge Warbler||Acrocephalus schoenobaenus|
|Great Reed Warbler||Acrocephalus arundinaceus|
The species list above is in systematic order, the taxonomy and nomenclature of which generally follows the Wells World Birds list on Birder's Diary v3.0 (courtesy of Thayer Software: www.thayerbirding.com), with adaptations by WildSounds.
The Wells World Birds list is based on a classification created by Mic Wells.
Please note that the above list may not be in the same order or be a full and accurate representation of the species on the title concerned. We take due care to ensure the accuracy of the list, but should you find any errors, please notify us.
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