- the musical call of a bird or birds
Example Sentences Including 'birdsong'
2) When the eclipse ends and daylight returns, listen for a chorus of birdsong.
Sun, News of the World (1999)
As always, it was quiet under the trees, the familiar woodland quiet of birdsong and leaf-murmur and the hum of a passing insect.
THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: The Sangreal Trilogy One (2004)
From every tree, bush and hedge came the harmonious confusion of birdsong , seeming to celebrate my own joyous excitement.
WHEELS WITHIN WHEELS (2002)
It was a relaxing spot in which to be awoken by the cacophony of birdsong in the mornings.
Times, Sunday Times (2005)
Only 45 minutes from the Gold Coast you can be in pristine rainforest with the sounds of birdsong and gentle running creeks filling the air.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2005)
QUIET and stylish, Birdwing Bed and Breakfast is indeed surrounded by large gardens alive with the sound of birdsong.
The Australian (2004)
The big surprise, says Mindlin, is that the intricacies of birdsong arise from such simple instructions.
New Scientist (2003)
The mourners had disappeared from view and they were alone among the white marble figures and the cypress trees filled with birdsong.
The sun rose in birdsong over the Welsh hills and found them spread-eagled on a steep flank of grass.
The Legend of Captain Space
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