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    William Henry Hudson: Birds in Town and Village

    Birds in Town and Village
    6 CDs
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    • Label: NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS, 2012
    • Sprache: Englisch
    • ISBN-13: 9781843795964
    • Bestellnummer: 2828458
    • Altersfreigabe: FSK ab 0 freigegeben - - -
    • Spielzeit: 443:00 Min.
    • Label: Naxos Audiobooks
    • FSK ab 0 freigegeben
    • Bestellnummer: 2828458
    • Erscheinungstermin: 4.12.2012

    • Achtung: Artikel ist nicht in deutscher Sprache!

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    • Mitwirkende

    Disk 1 von 6

    1. 1 Introduction
    2. 2 Chapter 1: Birds in town and village
    3. 3 Chapter 2
    4. 4 On my second day at the village it happened to be raining...
    5. 5 Chapter 3
    6. 6 All these corvine birds, which the gamekeeper pursues...
    7. 7 One of the first birds I went out to seek...
    8. 8 Chapter 4
    9. 9 The unsullied beauty and solitariness of this spot...
    10. 10 The tree-pipit has a comparatively short song...
    11. 11 Chapter 5
    12. 12 But where, during the days when the vociferous cuckoo...

    Disk 2 von 6

    1. 1 At lenght during this period there occurred an event...
    2. 2 Later on I saw it again on half-a-dozen occasions...
    3. 3 Chapter 6
    4. 4 All those birds that had finished rearing their young...
    5. 5 Chapter 7
    6. 6 To return to my experience on the common.
    7. 7 As all or most singing birds learn their songs...
    8. 8 The most curious example of mimicry I have yet met with...
    9. 9 Chapter 8
    10. 10 What I have just said, that the peculiar instinct...

    Disk 3 von 6

    1. 1 I will conclude this digression and dissertation...
    2. 2 Chapter 9
    3. 3 My colloquy with my enemy on the common...
    4. 4 It is true that the local authorities in some country towns...
    5. 5 How falsely does that man see nature...
    6. 6 It is the same in death from cold.
    7. 7 Chapter 10
    8. 8 Chapter 11
    9. 9 One morning in July I was in my sitting-room...
    10. 10 Exotic birds for Britain
    11. 11 That these large kinds thrive so well with us...

    Disk 4 von 6

    1. 1 There is another point which should not be overlooked.
    2. 2 When considering the character of our bird population...
    3. 3 There is one objection some may make to the scheme...
    4. 4 Moorhens in Hyde Park
    5. 5 Such a fact as this - and numberless facts just as significant...
    6. 6 Kew is exceptionally favoured for the reason mentioned...
    7. 7 The eagle and the canary
    8. 8 As I sit writing these thoughts...
    9. 9 After all, then, what a little I have been able to do!
    10. 10 Chanticleer
    11. 11 It was very dark and quiet when I woke...

    Disk 5 von 6

    1. 1 By and by I found myself paying special attention...
    2. 2 To return to the ten cockerels...
    3. 3 In an old garden
    4. 4 That sad day of very small things for the sportsman...
    5. 5 Greater than all these inhabitants of the garden...
    6. 6 To return to the birds.
    7. 7 That small song has served to remind me...
    8. 8 Birds in a Cornish Village I. Taking stock of the birds
    9. 9 At the beginning of December...

    Disk 6 von 6

    1. 1 II: Do starlings pair for life?
    2. 2 Until one observes starlings in this close way...
    3. 3 Iii: Village Birds In Winter
    4. 4 But for the poor starling there is little joy...
    5. 5 IV: Increasing birds in Britain
    6. 6 The wood-pigeon is another species...
    7. 7 V: The daw sentiment
    8. 8 It has thus come about that of all the Corvidae...
    9. 9 VI: The story of a jackdaw