cron exists Comments on: And the World’s Greatest Singer Is … http://prime.peta.org/2009/04/and-the-worlds-greatest-singer-is-%e2%80%a6 make a big difference for yourself, animals, and the Earth through simple day-to-day choices. Wed, 04 May 2016 18:36:47 +0000 hourly 1 By: Cacho http://prime.peta.org/2009/04/and-the-worlds-greatest-singer-is-%e2%80%a6#comment-16195 Fri, 07 Dec 2012 01:43:35 +0000 http://prime.peta.org/?p=2082#comment-16195 The 10 CC song that was here I loved and heard it every day on the radio and reminded me of the guy I? was so in love with in jniour high and he did not like me. Also David Gates was from my hometown of Tulsa Oklahoma and had huge hits on the radio as well. Fantastic video and thanks for posting it.

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By: Patty http://prime.peta.org/2009/04/and-the-worlds-greatest-singer-is-%e2%80%a6#comment-11653 Sat, 19 Mar 2011 16:21:00 +0000 http://prime.peta.org/?p=2082#comment-11653 THANK YOU Steve! Excellent!
And it is so wonderful to hear all the birds singing again, in Montana!
We are so lucky that none of our birds are DROPPING by the flocks out of the sky dead yet! We all should do everything we can to not use pesticides, herbicides and any kinds of home cleaning prods. that pollute the air, water and environment, to keep our beloved birds alive.
Namaste’

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By: Matt http://prime.peta.org/2009/04/and-the-worlds-greatest-singer-is-%e2%80%a6#comment-4210 Mon, 24 Aug 2009 15:59:45 +0000 http://prime.peta.org/?p=2082#comment-4210 Surely the best singer in the world is….. Peter Singer? 😉

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By: Steve http://prime.peta.org/2009/04/and-the-worlds-greatest-singer-is-%e2%80%a6#comment-3136 Sat, 25 Apr 2009 18:02:11 +0000 http://prime.peta.org/?p=2082#comment-3136 Well, let’s see: mockingbirds, wood thrushes, chickadees, cardinals….all good choices, to be sure. And the grey butcherbird – fabulous stuff. But this was sent to me as well, and does deserve some consideration: a bird who perfectly mimics camera shutters, car alarms, and chain saws, in addition to melodic songs. Quite astounding, really. http://video.stumbleupon.com/#p=wccu28bhk3
-Steve

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By: Mrs. Lois Koch http://prime.peta.org/2009/04/and-the-worlds-greatest-singer-is-%e2%80%a6#comment-2978 Fri, 10 Apr 2009 20:57:53 +0000 http://prime.peta.org/?p=2082#comment-2978 When I was still at my home in Ohio, I woke up early and noticed some cardinals around what one would assume to be the “chief”. He seemed to be giving instructions to the rest of them. The others did not interrupt him at all. When he was finished, all of them flew to different directions. I really thought that was something so special.

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By: jude http://prime.peta.org/2009/04/and-the-worlds-greatest-singer-is-%e2%80%a6#comment-2964 Fri, 10 Apr 2009 18:40:58 +0000 http://prime.peta.org/?p=2082#comment-2964 My favorite song is the cardinal. It is so crisp and clear.

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By: Sherif Hamdy http://prime.peta.org/2009/04/and-the-worlds-greatest-singer-is-%e2%80%a6#comment-2940 Thu, 09 Apr 2009 16:00:31 +0000 http://prime.peta.org/?p=2082#comment-2940 Hey Everyone,

I thought you might be interested in the below link:

http://www.birdsinbackyards.net/feature/top-40-bird-songs.cfm

Lots of bird sounds that you can sample!

Personally, I really like how the Grey Butcherbird sounds

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By: Bob http://prime.peta.org/2009/04/and-the-worlds-greatest-singer-is-%e2%80%a6#comment-2936 Wed, 08 Apr 2009 20:10:28 +0000 http://prime.peta.org/?p=2082#comment-2936 Chickadee-dee-dee, the call of the black-capped chickadee can even be heard in the winter but this tiny bird with its cheerful call greets us more enthusiastically in the spring with that and a different shorter call. In the winter it daintily selects a seed at a time from the feeder and flies away while the other birds sit there and gorge.
The song, plus the perky personality make the chickadee my all-around favorite.

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By: kerry http://prime.peta.org/2009/04/and-the-worlds-greatest-singer-is-%e2%80%a6#comment-2933 Wed, 08 Apr 2009 16:39:53 +0000 http://prime.peta.org/?p=2082#comment-2933 I love to hear the trumpeting cry of the California Quail when we scatter sunflower seeds in our back yard. Its like they are shouting with joy and calling their family to the feast

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By: Scott http://prime.peta.org/2009/04/and-the-worlds-greatest-singer-is-%e2%80%a6#comment-2931 Wed, 08 Apr 2009 11:43:18 +0000 http://prime.peta.org/?p=2082#comment-2931 Wonderful post Steve! So hard to choose the World’s Greatest Singer. I’m tempted to nominate the Northern Mockingbird. I was one of the 35,000 in ’88 at PETA’s Animal Rights Music Festival http://www.peta.org/about/victories3.asp and will never forget a mockingbird landing in the scaffolding and singing along with Natalie Merchant’s piano performance. But Mockingbirds are sort of lounge singers in a way, so perhaps we should go with the bird whose song that famous revolutionary Thomas Jefferson wrote about: the wood thrush! http://macaulaylibrary.org/audio.do?id=11308

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