Bird vocalization

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A male blackbird (Turdus merula) singing in Denmark. About this soundBlackbird song recorded in France 

Bird vocalization includes bird calls and bird songs.

A bird song is a bird call that sounds pleasant to the human ear. A bird call is any vocal sound made by a bird. Also, songs are usually longer and more complex than calls. Songs are the speciality of the largest group of present-day birds, the passerines.

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