The second of two recordings responding to suggestions of places to record the dawn chorus (the first is here).
This recording was made a good hour after the first, and at a different elevation, which meant that not only were the sound and kinds of birds different, the light was much different too. One thing I like about recording sound is that you have to be very still and quiet. The recording happens in real time too, so there is no option to cheat. This forces you to become immersed in your surroundings, and you notice things that you wouldn’t usually if you were walking.
Again, there aren’t many birds that I can identify here, so if anyone knows, please educate me using the comments section below. Thanks.