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    The Physics of Birdsong

    Gabriel B. Mindlin, Rodrigo Laje
    Publisher: , 2005
    ISBN-10: 3-540-25399-8
    ISBN-13: 978-3-540-25399-0
    157 pages
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    In recent years birdsong has developed into an extremely interesting problem for researchers in several branches of the scientific community. The reason is that of the approximately 10,000 species of birds known to exist, some 4000 share with humans (and just a few other species in the animal kingdom) a remarkable feature: their acquisition of vocalization requires a certain degree of exposure to a tutor. Between the complex neural architecture involved in the process and the song itself, stands a delicate apparatus that the bird must control with incredible precision. This book deals with the physical mechanisms at work in the production of birdsong, the acoustic effects that the avian vocal organ is capable of generating, and the nature of the neural instructions needed to drive it. The book provides fascinating reading for physicists, biologists and general readers alike.

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    Nature's Music: The Science of Birdsong

    Peter R. Marler, Hans Slabbekoorn
    Publisher: , 2004
    ISBN: 0 12 473070 1
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    The voices of birds have always been a source of fascination. Nature's Music brings together some of the world's experts on birdsong, to review the advances that have taken place in our understanding of how and why birds sing, what their songs and calls mean, and how they have evolved. All contributors have striven to speak, not only to fellow experts, but also to the general reader. The result is a book of readable science, richly illustrated with recordings and pictures of the sounds of birds.
    Bird song is much more than just one behaviour of a single, particular group of organisms. It is a model for the study of a wide variety of animal behaviour systems, ecological, evolutionary and neurobiological. Bird song sits at the intersection of breeding, social and cognitive behaviour and ecology. As such interest in this book will extend far beyond the purely ornithological - to behavioural ecologists psychologists and neurobiologists of all kinds.

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    Why Birds Sing

    BBC (2007)
    DVDRip | English | 79 mins | AVI | XViD | 608x352 | PAL 25fps | MP3 - 124 Kbps | 749 Mb
    Genre: Documentary

    Why are we so attracted to the music of nature? In this documentary, David Rothenberg interviews leading birdsong scientists and musicians, including Jarvis Cocker and Beth Orton, to support his controversial idea that birds might actually be singing for the sheer joy of it. The film features a unique musical composition combining human music with birdsong, with contributions from Peter Gabriel, the Guillemots - and even an eider duck and a woodpecker.




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    Bird Song: Biological Themes and Variations
    http://www.vetelib.com/threads/7320-...and-Variations


    Vocal Communication in Birds and Mammals, Volume 40 (Advances in the Study of Behavior)
    http://www.vetelib.com/threads/11974...ds-and-Mammals


    Bird Songs and Calls of Britain and Europe

    http://www.vetelib.com/threads/10317...ain-and-Europe


    Songs, Roars, and Rituals: Communication in Birds, Mammals, and Other Animals
    http://www.vetelib.com/threads/9241-...-Other-Animals
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    The Life of Birds: Signals and Songs

    BBC (1998)
    DVDRip | English | 49 mins | Genre: Documentary


    Part of the documentary series The Life of Birds, which examines the daily routines of birds in thorough detail, The Life of Birds: Signals and Songs investigates the song of communication. In nature, birds use signals and noises to communicate and survive. Celebrated naturalist Sir David Attenborough hosts the documentary series, which combines cinematography shot in nature with slow-motion and computer-enhanced special effects. Thanks to this technology, viewers get a bird's-eye view of behavioral specifics. Attenborough and crew visited 42 countries to create the documentary.




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    Beautiful Bird Songs from Around the World

    Publisher: British Library; 2008
    ISBN-10: 0712305432
    ISBN-13: 978-0712305433
    MP3; 192 kbps; 2 hrs 2 mins
    174 MB

    This CD showcases some of the most exquisite sounds that can be heard in the natural world, from the rich, melodious songs of the Blackbird, Pied Butcherbird and Nightingale that are full of complexity, ingenuity and perfectly arranged phrases, to the breathtaking compositions of the Skylark, Albert's Lyrebird and White-rumped Shama, and the rhythmical variations on a theme from the Chiming Wedgebill and White-browed Robin-chat.


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    Voices of New World Parrots

    By Bret M. Whitney, Theodore A. Parker III, Gregory F. Budney, Charles A. Munn, Jack W. Bradbury
    Label: Cornell Laboratory Of Ornithology, 2002
    ASIN: B0002PUGPC
    MP3; ~192 kbps; 265 MB

    Parrots are one of the most threatened bird groups in the world. This three-CD audio guide, Voices of New World Parrots, presents the characteristic sounds of virtually all of the New World parrots. Covering some 140 species, as well as many distinctive forms, the guide features a wide range of vocal signals and includes as many call types for each species as are available. Produced to help researchers and other observers learn the calls, the CD will facilitate census work and the ability to protect these magnificent birds. For the casual listener, the guide raises awareness of the amazing diversity of New World parrot species, their unique vocalizations, and the need to protect them.

    Track listing http://content.ornith.cornell.edu/UE.../NWParrots.pdf

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    Bird Songs of the Americas


    North America

    Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Bird Songs Of Florida (160CBR).rar
    Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Bird Songs Of The Pacific States (V0).rar
    Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Bird Songs of Alaska [V0].rar
    Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Bird Songs of California (128CBR).rar
    Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Bird Songs of Southeastern Arizona and Sonora, Mexico [V0].rar
    Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Bird Songs of the Lower Rio Grande Valley and Southwestern Texas [V0].rar
    Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Songs of the Warblers of North America (256CBR).rar
    Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Voices of North American Owls [v0].rar
    John Feith - 2003 - Bird Song Ear Training Guide- Who Cooks for Poor Sam Peabody [V0].rar
    John Neville - 2005 - Bird Songs of the Arctic - Along The Dempster Highway [V0].rar
    Martyn Stewart - Birdsongs Of The Pacific Northwest (V0).rar
    Monty Brigham - Bird Sounds of Canada (6cds) (160VBR).rar
    National Geographic Society - Guide to Bird Sounds [V0].rar
    Pete Dunne - The Art Of Pishing (V0).rar
    Peterson Field Guides - Bird Songs (eastern - central).rar
    Peterson Field Guides - Birding By Ear, Eastern-Central (192CBR).rar
    Peterson Field Guides - Birding by Ear (western) (3cds) (V2).rar
    Peterson Field Guides - Field Guide to Western Bird Songs [V0].rar
    Peterson Field Guides - More Birding by Ear, Eastern~Central (V0).rar
    Stokes - Field Guide to Bird Songs - Eastern Region (192CBR).rar
    Stokes - Field Guide to Bird Songs - Western Region [V0].rar

    South, Central, Caribbean

    Birds of Venezuela.rar
    Bret M. Whitney - 2002 - Voices of New World Parrots [V0].rar
    Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Bird Songs in Cuba (V0).rar
    Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Bird Songs in Jamaica (V0).rar
    Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Bird Songs of the Dominican Republic (V0).rar
    Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Caribbean Bird Song [v0].rar
    Cornell Lab or Ornithology - Costa Rican Bird Song Sampler (V0).rar
    Cornell Lab or Ornithology - Voices of Costa Rican Birds, Caribbean Slope (V0).rar
    John V. Moore - Birds of Northwest Ecuador Vol 1 (V0).rar
    Phyllis R. Isler and Bret M. Whitney - 2002 - Songs of the Antbirds [V0].rar
    Thomas Schulenberg - Voices of Amazonian Birds, Vol. 1.rar
    Thomas Schulenberg - Voices of Amazonian Birds, Vol. 2.rar
    Thomas Schulenberg - Voices of Amazonian Birds, Vol. 3.rar
    Thomas Schulenberg - Voices of Andean Birds, Vol. 1.rar
    Thomas Schulenberg - Voices of Andean Birds, Vol. 2.rar

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    from http://www.naturesound.com.au/index.htm

    Australian Bird Calls - Broome Region
    Australian Bird Calls - SouthWestern
    Australian Bird Calls - Subtropical East
    Australian Bird Calls - Tasmania
    Australian Bird Calls - Tropical North-east
    Mallee Bird Calls - Southeastern australia
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    Budgerigar Country

    Running Time: 117 min
    Release Date: March 2010
    MP3; ~ 264 kbps; 216 MB

    Hear Budgerigars in their natural habitat - the dry, inland of Australia.
    Nesting in ancient, gnarled eucalypts by an ephemeral waterhole, Budgies can be heard calling as they socialise and fly off to feed. Nearby, prolifically flowering eremophila bushes attract Spiney-cheeked Honeyeaters, with their lovely wheazy calls.
    Also to be heard are a great variety of desert birdlife, including occasional groups of Cockatiels as they wing overhead, Red-backed Kingfishers, Galahs, Magpie Larks, Mulga Parrots, Spotted Bowerbirds, tiny Diamond Doves, and delicately-coloured Pink Cockatoos.
    A subtle and beautiful recording from the home of the wild Budgerigar.


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    All About Bird Song



    Cornell Lab of Ornithology

    Are you fascinated by the sounds of birds? Our new All About Bird Song materials help explain how birds make sound, how they learn their songs, and how you can learn to identify them. It's a great set of resources featuring interactive games, videos, animations, and more. Bookmark the link and check it out:

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    Хeno-canto



    What is xeno-canto?

    xeno-canto is a website dedicated to sharing bird sounds from all over the world. Whether you are a research scientist, a birder, or simply curious about a sound that you heard out your kitchen window, we invite you to listen, download, and explore the bird sound recordings in the collection.

    But xeno-canto is more than just a collection of recordings. It is also a collaborative project. We invite you to share your own bird recordings, help identify mystery recordings, or share your expertise in the forums.

    Xeno-canto uses the ever evolving possibilities of the internet to:

    - popularise bird sound recording worldwide,
    - improve accessibility of bird sounds,
    - increase knowledge of bird sounds.

    Welcome!


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    Why Birds Sing: A Journey Into the Mystery of Birdsong
    by David Rothenberg



    Pages: 288
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    Edition: 1st ed., 2006
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 0465071368
    ISBN-13: 978-0465071364

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    The astonishing richness of birdsong is both an aesthetic and a scientific mystery. Evolutionists have never been able to completely explain why birdsong is so inventive and why many species devote so many hours to singing. The standard explanations of defending territories and attracting mates don't begin to account for the variety and energy that the commonest birds exhibit. Is it possible that birds sing because they like to? This seemingly naive explanation is starting to look more and more like the truth. Why Birds Sing is a lyric exploration of birdsong that blends the latest scientific research with a deep understanding of musical beauty and form. Drawing on conversations with neuroscientists, ecologists, and composers, it is the first book to investigate the elusive question of why birds sing and what their song means to both avian and human ears. Whether playing his clarinet with the whitecrested laughing thrush in Pittsburgh, or jamming in the Australian winter breeding grounds of the Albert's lyrebird, Rothenberg immerses himself in the heart and soul of birdsong. He approaches the subject as a naturalist, philosopher, musician, and investigator. An intimate look at the mostlovely of natural phenomena, Why Birds Sing is a beautifully written exploration of a phenomenon that's at once familiar and profoundly alien

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    Songs to syntax: the linguistics of birdsong
    by Robert C. Berwick, Kazuo Okanoya, Gabriel J.L. Beckers and Johan J. Bolhuis



    Pages: 9
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    Edition: Trends in Cognitive Sciences March 2011, Vol. 15, No. 3; 113 – 121
    Language: English

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    Unlike our primate cousins, many species of bird share with humans a capacity for vocal learning, a crucial factor in speech acquisition. There are striking behavioural, neural and genetic similarities between auditory-vocal learning in birds and human infants. Recently, the linguistic parallels between birdsong and spoken language have begun to be investigated. Although both birdsong and human language are hierarchically organized according to particular syntactic constraints, birdsong structure is best characterized as ‘phonological syntax’, resembling aspects of human sound structure. Crucially, birdsong lacks semantics and words. Formal language and linguistic analysis remains essential for the proper characterization of birdsong as a model system for human speech and language, and for the study of the brain and cognition evolution.

    • Human language and birdsong: the biological perspective
    • Comparing human language and birdsong
    • Birdsong and human syntax: similarities and differences
    • Tweets to phrases: the role of words
    • Birdsong phrase structure?
    • Conclusions and perspectives
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    Birdsong, Speech, and Language: Exploring the Evolution of Mind and Brain
    Edited by Johan J. Bolhuis and Martin Everaert



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    Edition: 1st ed., 2013
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 0262018608
    ISBN-13: 978-0262018609

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    Scholars have long been captivated by the parallels between birdsong and human speech and language. In this book, leading scholars draw on the latest research to explore what birdsong can tell us about the biology of human speech and language and the consequences for evolutionary biology. They examine the cognitive and neural similarities between birdsong learning and speech and language acquisition, considering vocal imitation, auditory learning, an early vocalization phase ("babbling"), the structural properties of birdsong and human language, and the striking similarities between the neural organization of learning and vocal production in birdsong and human speech.

    After outlining the basic issues involved in the study of both language and evolution, the contributors compare birdsong and language in terms of acquisition, recursion, and core structural properties, and then examine the neurobiology of song and speech, genomic factors, and the emergence and evolution of language.

    I Introduction
    1 Martin Everaert and Riny Huybregts: The Design Principles of Natural Language
    2 Gary F. Marcus: Evolution, Memory, and the Nature of Syntactic Representation
    3 W. Tecumseh Fitch and Daniel Mietchen: Convergence and Deep Homology in the Evolution of Spoken Language
    4 Erich D. Jarvis: Evolution of Brain Pathways for Vocal Learning in Birds and Humans

    II Acquisition of Birdsong and Speech
    5 Sanne Moorman and Johan J. Bolhuis: Behavioral Similarities between Birdsong and Spoken Language
    6 Neil Smith and Ann Law: Parametric Variation: Language and Birdsong
    7 Olga Fehér and Ofer Tchernichovski: Vocal Culture in Songbirds: An Experimental Approach to Cultural Evolution
    8 Frank Wijnen: Acquisition of Linguistic Categories: Cross-Domain Convergences

    III Phonology and Syntax
    9 Moira Yip: Structure in Human Phonology and in Birdsong: A Phonologist’s Perspective
    10 Eric Reuland: Recursivity of Language: What Can Birds Tell Us about It?
    11 Kazuo Okanoya: Finite-State Song Syntax in Bengalese Finches: Sensorimotor Evidence, Developmental Processes, and Formal Procedures for Syntax Extraction
    12 Carel ten Cate, Robert Lachlan, and Willem Zuidema: Analyzing the Structure of Bird Vocalizations and Language: Finding Common Ground
    13 Irene M. Pepperberg: Phonological Awareness in Grey Parrots: Creation of New Labels from Existing Vocalizations

    IV Neurobiology of Song and Speech
    14 Sophie K. Scott, Carolyn McGettigan, and Frank Eisner: The Neural Basis of Links and Dissociations between Speech Perception and Production
    15 Sharon M. H. Gobes, Jonathan B. Fritz, and Johan J. Bolhuis: Neural Mechanisms of Auditory Learning and Memory in Songbirds and Mammals
    16 Christophe Pallier: Age Effects in Language Acquisition and Attrition
    17 Hermann Ackermann and Wolfram Ziegler: A “Birdsong Perspective” on Human Speech Production
    18 Michale S. Fee and Michael A. Long: Neural Mechanisms Underlying the Generation of Birdsong: A Modular Sequential Behavior
    19 Jonathan F. Prather and Richard Mooney: Auditory-Vocal Mirror Neurons for Learned Vocal Communication
    20 Gabriël J. L. Beckers: Peripheral Mechanisms of Vocalization in Birds: A Comparison with Human Speech

    V Genes, Song, Speech, and Language
    21 Simon E. Fisher: Building Bridges between Genes, Brains, and Language
    22 Constance Scharff and Christopher K. Thompson: A Bird’s-Eye View of FoxP2
    23 Franck Ramus: Genetic Basis of Language: Insights from Developmental Dyslexia


    VI Evolution of Song, Speech, and Language
    24 W. Tecumseh Fitch: Musical Protolanguage: Darwin’s Theory of Language Evolution Revisited
    25 Kazuo Okanoya: Birdsong as a Model for Studying Factors and Mechanisms Affecting Signal Evolution
    26 Irene M. Pepperberg: Evolution of Vocal Communication: An Avian Model

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