Indian Mynah Singing in Tropical Island

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Indian Mynah Singing in Tropical Island

Greg Cetus

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Indian Mynah is a small starling bird native to Asia. Mynah is fairly energetic in its lifestyle and vocalisations. They often can be seen in large groups around trees. Their natural habitat increased dramatically in the recent years. From their traditional Asian terrain they migrated to many tropical islands including Maldives, Seychelles, Canaries, Hawaii, St Helena and many others. Their vocalisations include croaks, squawks, chirps, clicks, whistles and even growls. This recording offers a chorus of these energetic birds from one of the tropical islands. This is a fairly busy and energetic birdsong. It will effectively block all other eternal noises and provide active audio shield if you are looking to separate yourself from urban noise. It can also help focus as it features a complex chorus of many birds each pitching a variety of vocalisations.


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Greg Cetus:
Greg Cetus is an anthropologist passionate about music of the natural world. His audio records come from many carefully selected locations using high quality equipment designed to capture every tiny nuance of the magical ocean waves, enchanted forests and melodious birdsong soundscapes. This magic and its powerful holistic energy has been compiled into several natural world collections from Ocean Waves to Deep Forests. For more information about these recordings visit www.ocean-waves.co.uk

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