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Album David Tombs, John F. Burton, Margaret Reese, Mike Smythe - Bird Spot - More British Wild Birds In Stereo

  • Performer: David Tombs, John F. Burton, Margaret Reese, Mike Smythe
  • Title: Bird Spot - More British Wild Birds In Stereo
  • Size MP3 ver: 2941 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 2908 mb
  • Country: UK
  • Date of release: 1982
  • Style: Field Recording, Spoken Word
  • # Catalog: REC 438
  • Label: BBC Records
  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
  • Genre: Non music
Album David Tombs, John F. Burton, Margaret Reese, Mike Smythe - Bird Spot - More British Wild Birds In Stereo

Tracklist

1Woodland Edge Morning Chorus
2Blackbird
3Willow Warbler
4House Martin
5Lesser Spotted Woodpecker
6Starling
7 The Woodpeckers
8Chiffchaff
9 Thrushes Of The Woods And Farms
10 Collared Dove And Owls
11Blue Tit
12Green Woodpecker
13 Two Hole-Nesters
14House Sparrow
15Great Tit
16Sand Martin
17Blackcap
18Whitethroat
19Collared Dove
20Song Thrush
21Sedge Warbler
22Tawny Owl
23Pied Flycatcher
24 Nightingale And War
25Carrion Crow
26 Some Small Birds Of The Woods
27Buzzard
28Barn Owl
29 Some Large Birds Of The Woods
30 The Swallow Tribe And Skylark
31Skylark
32Swallow
33Yellowhammer
34Great Spotted Woodpecker
35Nightingale
36Chaffinch
37Treecreeper
38Pheasant
39Rook
40 Farmland Crows
41Robin
42 Finch Tribe
43Grey Heron
44Wren
45Jackdaw

Credits

  • Compiled ByJohn F. Burton, Margaret Reese
  • Coordinator [Co-ordination]William Grierson
  • NarratorTony Soper
  • Photography ByDavid Hosking , Eric Hosking
  • Recorded ByDavid Tombs (tracks: A1a to A5d, B1a to B5c), John F. Burton (tracks: A1a to A1e, A2a to A3e, A4b, A5a to A5c, B1c to B2a, B2d, B2e, B3e, B4a, B5c), Margaret Reese (tracks: A5e), Mike Smythe (tracks: A5e)

Notes

Each track has further text detailing the Latin species name, date and location of the recordings.

Companies

  • Record Company – BBC Enterprises

Album

Burton, Margaret Reese, Mike Smythe - Bird Spot - More British Wild Birds In Stereo - BBC Records - LP - REC 438, включает Woodland Edge Morning Chorus, Grey Heron, Buzzard, Buzzard, Pheasant, Pheasant, Collared Dove, Barn Owl, Tawny Owl, Tawny Owl, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, Green Woodpecker, Green Woodpecker, Swallow, House Martin, Sand Martin, Skylark, Rook, Rook, Carrion Crow, Carrion Crow, Jackdaw, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Blue Tit, Treecreeper, Wren, Wren, Song Thrush, Blackbird, Blackbird, Robin, Robin, Robin,. Buy It Now. C shipping. From United Kingdom. Top Rated Plus. Learn More. Search refinements. Music 5. Compiled By John F. Burton, Margaret Reese. Coordinator William Grierson. Narrator Tony Soper. Photography By David Hosking , Eric Hosking. Burton tracks: A1a to A1e, A2a to A3e, A4b, A5a to A5c, B1c to B2a, B2d, B2e, B3e, B4a, B5c, Margaret Reese tracks: A5e, Mike Smythe tracks: A5e. Each track has further text detailing the Latin species name, date and location of the recordings. VARIOUS BIRDIES British Wild Birds In Stereo 1975 UK four section stereo LP featuring new recordings made by John F. Burton & David J. Список композиций. John F. Recorded By. Andrew Prewett. Sleeve Notes. More music by The Unknown Artist. In this 2015 interview, entitled Feeding Wild Birds in America: Culture, Commerce, and Conservation, with Mark Madison of the National Conservation Training our interactive bird identifier to quickly and easily work out what bird you saw. Find pictures of UK birds in our database - visit the RSPB today. From our regular emails to your favourite social media, theres more than one way to keep in touch with nature. Martin Harper Blog. Our work. Nature conservation. Conservation and sustainability. Landscape scale conservation. Nearly every page is graced with stunning photographs of wild birds in the most beautiful plumages or performing unusual postures or behaviors. The book is an easy read that covers an enormous amount of information on the biology of birds. The Quarterly Review of Biology. About the Author. Sir David Attenborough, a Fellow of the Royal Society, is also a Trustee of the British Museum and an Honorary Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge. His first film appearances were in routine British movies such as The Last Days of Dolwyn 1949, Waterfront 1950 and Green Grow the Rushes 1951. Burton did better when he was off on his own giving higher caliber performances, such as those in Becket 1964, the film adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play The Night of the Iguana 1964, the brilliant espionage thriller The Spy Who Came In from the Cold 1965 and alongside Clint Eastwood in the World War II action adventure film


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