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read by Neville Jason

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William Henry Hudson: Birds in Town and Village (Unabridged)

7:22:17
$102.90
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Introduction

3:04
$1.05

Chapter 1: Birds in Town and Village

5:51
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Chapter 2

7:03
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Show 59 remaining tracks for William Henry Hudson: Birds in Town and Village (Unabridged)

On my second day at the village it happened to be raining…

7:55
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Chapter 3

9:50
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All these corvine birds, which the gamekeeper pursues…

7:00
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One of the first birds I went out to seek…

7:25
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Chapter 4

7:46
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The unsullied beauty and solitariness of this spot…

7:00
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The tree-pipit has a comparatively short song…

4:22
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Chapter 5

5:03
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But where, during the days when the vociferous cuckoo…

7:06
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At length during this period there occurred an event…

8:48
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Later on I saw it again on half-a-dozen occasions…

11:12
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Chapter 6

6:42
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All those birds that had finished rearing their young…

9:02
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Chapter 7

8:54
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To return to my experience on the common.

8:30
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As all or most singing birds learn their songs…

3:37
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The most curious example of mimicry I have yet met with…

7:30
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Chapter 8

7:07
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What I have just said, that the peculiar instinct…

7:21
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I will conclude this digression and dissertation…

4:17
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Chapter 9

7:22
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My colloquy with my enemy on the common…

8:50
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It is true that the local authorities in some country towns…

8:02
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How falsely does that man see Nature…

6:13
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It is the same in death from cold.

6:50
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Chapter 10

5:36
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Chapter 11

6:19
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One morning in July I was in my sitting-room…

5:00
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Exotic Birds for Britain

9:48
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That these large kinds thrive so well with us…

9:15
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There is another point which should not be overlooked.

7:26
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When considering the character of our bird population…

9:13
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There is one objection some may make to the scheme…

8:24
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Moorhens in Hyde Park

7:24
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Such a fact as this – and numberless facts just as significant…

6:39
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Kew is exceptionally favoured for the reason mentioned…

5:30
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The Eagle and the Canary

9:24
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As I sit writing these thoughts…

6:26
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After all, then, what a little I have been able to do!

6:31
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Chanticleer

6:19
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It was very dark and quiet when I woke…

5:34
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By and by I found myself paying special attention…

8:29
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To return to the ten cockerels…

9:59
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In An Old Garden

5:16
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That sad day of very small things for the sportsman…

6:34
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Greater than all these inhabitants of the garden…

6:02
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To return to the birds.

6:31
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That small song has served to remind me…

8:27
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Birds in a Cornish Village I. Taking Stock of the Birds

6:15
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At the beginning of December…

6:46
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II: Do Starlings Pair for Life?

8:17
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Until one observes starlings in this close way…

7:35
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III: Village Birds in Winter

5:05
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But for the poor starling there is little joy…

4:38
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IV: Increasing Birds in Britain

8:34
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The wood-pigeon is another species…

4:07
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V: The Daw Sentiment

8:15
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It has thus come about that of all the Corvidae…

6:18
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VI: The Story of a Jackdaw

10:39
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William Henry Hudson: Birds in Town and Village (Unabridged)

7:22:17
$122.60
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Introduction

3:04
$1.25

Chapter 1: Birds in Town and Village

5:51
$1.25

Chapter 2

7:03
$2.50
Show 59 remaining tracks for William Henry Hudson: Birds in Town and Village (Unabridged)

On my second day at the village it happened to be raining…

7:55
$2.50

Chapter 3

9:50
$2.50

All these corvine birds, which the gamekeeper pursues…

7:00
$2.50

One of the first birds I went out to seek…

7:25
$2.50

Chapter 4

7:46
$2.50

The unsullied beauty and solitariness of this spot…

7:00
$2.50

The tree-pipit has a comparatively short song…

4:22
$1.25

Chapter 5

5:03
$1.25

But where, during the days when the vociferous cuckoo…

7:06
$2.50

At length during this period there occurred an event…

8:48
$2.50

Later on I saw it again on half-a-dozen occasions…

11:12
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Chapter 6

6:42
$1.25

All those birds that had finished rearing their young…

9:02
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Chapter 7

8:54
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To return to my experience on the common.

8:30
$2.50

As all or most singing birds learn their songs…

3:37
$1.25

The most curious example of mimicry I have yet met with…

7:30
$2.50

Chapter 8

7:07
$2.50

What I have just said, that the peculiar instinct…

7:21
$2.50

I will conclude this digression and dissertation…

4:17
$1.25

Chapter 9

7:22
$2.50

My colloquy with my enemy on the common…

8:50
$2.50

It is true that the local authorities in some country towns…

8:02
$2.50

How falsely does that man see Nature…

6:13
$1.25

It is the same in death from cold.

6:50
$1.25

Chapter 10

5:36
$1.25

Chapter 11

6:19
$1.25

One morning in July I was in my sitting-room…

5:00
$1.25

Exotic Birds for Britain

9:48
$2.50

That these large kinds thrive so well with us…

9:15
$2.50

There is another point which should not be overlooked.

7:26
$2.50

When considering the character of our bird population…

9:13
$2.50

There is one objection some may make to the scheme…

8:24
$2.50

Moorhens in Hyde Park

7:24
$2.50

Such a fact as this – and numberless facts just as significant…

6:39
$1.25

Kew is exceptionally favoured for the reason mentioned…

5:30
$1.25

The Eagle and the Canary

9:24
$2.50

As I sit writing these thoughts…

6:26
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After all, then, what a little I have been able to do!

6:31
$1.25

Chanticleer

6:19
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It was very dark and quiet when I woke…

5:34
$1.25

By and by I found myself paying special attention…

8:29
$2.50

To return to the ten cockerels…

9:59
$2.50

In An Old Garden

5:16
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That sad day of very small things for the sportsman…

6:34
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Greater than all these inhabitants of the garden…

6:02
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To return to the birds.

6:31
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That small song has served to remind me…

8:27
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Birds in a Cornish Village I. Taking Stock of the Birds

6:15
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At the beginning of December…

6:46
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II: Do Starlings Pair for Life?

8:17
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Until one observes starlings in this close way…

7:35
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III: Village Birds in Winter

5:05
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But for the poor starling there is little joy…

4:38
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IV: Increasing Birds in Britain

8:34
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The wood-pigeon is another species…

4:07
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V: The Daw Sentiment

8:15
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It has thus come about that of all the Corvidae…

6:18
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VI: The Story of a Jackdaw

10:39
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