dawn chorus

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dawn chorus

n.
The collective sound produced by the simultaneous singing of various species of birds around dawn in a given locale, especially in the springtime.

dawn chorus

n
(Zoology) the singing of large numbers of birds at dawn
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dawn chorus

n (Brit) → coro mattutino degli uccelli
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asp and if you don't fancy being an early bird yourself, you can listen to and even download some beautiful dawn choruses there.
The latitude of Britain, around 54 degrees north of the Equator, and the country's temperate climate, means it enjoys one of the longest and most striking dawn choruses in the world," said the Sheffield-born soundscape artist, who first found fame in the '70s with Cabaret Voltaire's post-punk electro-experimentalism.