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Tales Of The Birdwatchers Compilations

Now available on USB

Tales Of The Birdwatchers Vol 1 - 4

Tales of the Birdwatchers Vol.1
TRACK LISTING

1. Subject: Klass' Cuckoo
2. Song - Very Cheap
3. Subject - The Greater Honeyguide
4. Song - Honeyguide and the Honeybadger
5. Subject - The Black Collared Barbet
6. Song - Trouble up ahead
7. Subject - The Black Backed Puff back Shrike
8. Song - Kick the Wheel
9. Subject - Red-eyed Laughing and Cape Turtle Dove
10. Song - Oh Little Dove
11. Subject - Fiery neck night Jar
12. Song - Good Lord deliver us

Real bird calls, true facts, stories and songs to help children and adults, remember and identify birds by their calls. Wholesome education family entertainment.

 

Tales of the Birdwatchers Vol2.
TRACK LISTING

1. Subject: Diederik Cuckoo
2. Song: Diederik Cuckoo
3. Subject: Yellow Fronted Tinker Bird
4. Song: The Good old Tinker
5. Subject: Orange Breasted Bush Shrike
6. Song: Coffee or Tea
7. Subject: Gret Go Away Bird
8. Song: The Go Away Bird
9. Subject: Black CrownedTchagra
10. Song: Life is Beautiful
11. Subject: Pearl Spotted Owlet
12. Song: Me-O

 

Tales of the Birdwatchers Vol.3
TRACK LISTING

1. Subject: Red Chested Cuckoo
2. Song: Piet My Vrou
3. Subject: Bru Bru Shrike
4. Song: The Telephone Bird
5. Subject: Brown Hooded and Woodland Kingfisher
6. Song: Three Cheers
7. Subject: Chinspot Batis
8. Song: Peep Sleep Eat
9. Subject: Secretary Bird
10. Song: Knees Up
11. Subject: Spotted Thick Knee
12. Song: Weep Weep

 

Tales of the Birdwatchers Vol4

Tracking List

1. Subject: Jacobin and Le Vailant's Cuckoo
2. Song: Wetter Weather
3. Subject: Fish Eagle
4. Song: Chuckle Chuckle
5. Subject: Green Wood Hoopoe
6. Song: What A Happy To do
7. Subject: Crested Barbet
8. Song: The Bushveld Alarm Clock
9. Subject: Emerald Spotted Wood Dove
10. Song: Esmarelda
11. Subject: Verreaux’s Giant Eagle Owl
12. Song: An Owl Called Verreaux

 

TALES OF THE BIRDWATCHERS SERIES

By popular demand from birders that have followed this series since volume 1, the producers proudly present this 4th Album. With all the bird calls available from their original suppliers, their strategy has been to cover as many commonly heard birds from as many habitats as possible.

Of course the calls selected have to have a certain rhythm, tempo and melody to allow the composer to craft his songs around those of the birds. The habits, characteristics and habitats also allow for stories to be woven into the songs which will help, especially children, to learn more.

The background sounds also from their original supplier create an interesting atmosphere for the narrator to capture the attention and imagination of the listeners.

On Volumes 1-4, twenty four songs have been created and facts about more than 30 birds have been researched and mentioned.

The producers, John and Teresa Edmond, have been “on the road” doing “live shows” showcasing their products covering other wildlife subjects which have been well received by wildlife enthusiasts and birding clubs.

Following their immortal “Tales of the Game Rangers” series, a compilation album of the songs only, “Songs of the African Bush” was released and continues to entertain listeners of all ages. For pure musical entertainment a similar compilation of this series is available entitled “Singin' with the Birds”

Till then, keep birding!

The Roan Antelope Music Team