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25/11/2020

Birds Voice Amazing Technology Touch Anywhere

Birds Voice Amazing Technology Touch Anywhere


Bird songs are one of the most beautiful sounds in the nature. Only male bird is known for singing in most species of birds. Each singing bird species has its own specific tone and style of singing. Here the list of 10 best singing birds in the world.

The Great Singing Parrot: The Amazon: 

Amazon parrots have a long and storied history as song masters, in part because of their colorful personalities.

Diana Holloway, former president of The Amazona Society, said that Amazons enjoy showing off their talents and like to be the center of attention. “You usually see yellow-naped Amazons on TV singing. The audience always laughs, not just because of the talent, but also because of the bird itself. Amazons puff out their cheek feathers and sway, prance and head bob while showing off. They are true hams.” Her Amazon, Lola, loves to sing Barry Manilow’s “Cabana Song.” “She gets into singing, ‘Her name was Lola, she was a showgirl at the Copa, Copa Cabana’ at the top of her lungs, and then makes the song her own by interjecting all kinds of other phrases and operatic arias. It is hysterical.” She added that double-yellow-headed Amazons are known for their operatic voices. “They can run the scales like no other parrot.”

Susanne Cochran of Colorado raises Amazons at the Avalon Aviary and believes that in addition to the double yellow-headed Amazon, the yellow-naped and blue-fronted Amazons are the best singers. “They love to be vocal; it is part of being a magnificent Amazon, and they know they are magnificent.” Cochran said that these parrots like to make up new songs that show off their creativity. “I think it is done more when they forget a part of a song or are at a loss for words.” Although Amazons are enthusiastic singers and can be quite loud, they can be taught to “whisper sing,” Cochran related. Her yellow-naped mother bird, Wolfie, sings soft “la-la-las” to her babies in the nest. 

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Among the vertebrate fauna, birds are the most abundant group in all the natural environments of our country. The rivers, far from being an exception, are home to many bird species: some are going to eat, nest or rest, others follow the course of the river as a migratory route between the European and African continents. 



The Blauet finds in our latitudes a temperature and conditions that are ideal for residing throughout the year, especially in rivers and other masses of water. 

Migrations

The presence of birds in the rivers is very clear in winter. The leafy trees let us see these inhabitants, which are also more abundant and, in general, larger in size than those that usually exist during the longest time. In the spring and summer, however, they do not look so much but they feel like singing a lot because the leaves protect them. If we are not experts in songs, their identification becomes relatively complex. 

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