Forest Sunrays - iStock Photo Robin awakening at dawn next to small brook. 4:45am, 10 June 2014, near Ithaca, New York. © Lang Elliott.

I am so excited! I just discovered another jewel … a recording of an American Robin awakening at dawn next to a small mountain brook. It only lasts five minutes, but it is so incredibly pleasing to my ear. Please don’t play it too loudly! It is made of fine silk and should be handled with care!

Listen also for the pleasing notes of a lone Wood Thrush in the background, along with the soft cooing of a Mourning Dove. Toward the end, other birds can be heard, especially the calls and songs of a Veery. I had to stop the recording due to the sudden arrival of a car on the dirt road where I was recording. Once it passed by, the robin flew off, and that was that! Five wonderful minutes is surely better than none … right?

Note that I’m still choosing tracks for my forthcoming “Tranquility” title, and I think this recording rates high on the chart. Let me know what you think. Should I include it?

Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
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