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  • Tweet of the Day: A Year of Britain's Birds from the Acclaimed Radio 4 Series | Brett Westwood,Stephen Moss

    Tweet of the Day: A Year of Britain's Birds from the Acclaimed Radio 4 Series

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    • By Brett Westwood, Stephen Moss
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    Wherever we are, there are birds. And wherever there are birds, there is birdsong. It's always a pleasure (and a relief) to hear sounds that prove the world's still spinning: whether it's the sighing of migrating redwings on a damp October night, the twitter of swallows fresh in from South Africa in April, or the call of the cuckoo in May. Based on the scripts of BBC Radio 4's beloved year-long series, and distilling two lifetimes' knowledge, insight, and enthusiasm into this recording, Brett Westwood and Stephen Moss take you month by month through the year, and the changing lives of our favourite birds.

  • A Guide to British Farmland Birds | Brett Westwood,Stephen Moss

    A Guide to British Farmland Birds

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    Join Brett Westwood and Stephen Moss in this absorbing guide to the sounds of our most popular farmland birds, as heard on BBC Radio 4. In the fifth of our series of bird guides, Brett Westwood is joined once again by enthusiastic birdwatcher Stephen Moss, and with the help of recordings made by wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson they present this knowledgeable and entertaining guide to the songs, calls and cries of the birds you may see and hear around Britain’s farmlands.

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