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The language of birds: Further reading

Biology of bird song

  1. E. A. Armstrong, " A study of bird song", OUP, Oxford, 1963; Second enlarged ed. by Dover, New York, 1973.
  2. E. A. Armstrong, " Discovering Bird Song", Shire Publications Ltd., Aylesbury, 1975.
  3. H-H. Bergmann and H-W. Helb, "Stimmen der Vogel Europas", BLV, Munich, 1980; ("Songs of European Birds", being translated into English).
  4. P. Bondesen, "North American Bird Songs -a World of Music", Scandinavian Science Press, Klampenborg, Denmark, 1977.
  5. Clive K. Catchpole, "Vocal Communication in Birds", Edward Arnold, London, 1979.
  6. C. H. Greenewalt, " Bird Song: Acoustics and Physiology", Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, 1968.
  7. Charles Hartshorne, "Born to Sing: an Interpretation and World Survey of Bird Song", University of Indiana Press, Bloomington and London, 1973.
  8. Rosemary Jellis, " Bird Sounds and their Meaning" (and one 30 cm LP), BBC Publications, London, 1977.
  9. D. E. Kroodsma and E. H. Miller, " Acoustic Communication in Birds", 2 vols, Academic Press, London, 1983.
  10. G. A. Thielcke, " Bird Sounds", University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor , 1976.
  11. W. H. Thorpe, "Bird Song: the Biology of Vocal Communication and Expression in Birds", CUP, 1961.

Techniques of wildlife sound recording

  1. John B. Fisher, "Wildlife Sound Recording", Pelham Books, Slough, 1977.
  2. J. L. Gulledge, "Recording Bird Sounds", Living Bird, no.15, 1976,
    pp.183-203.
  3. Richard Margoschis, " Recording Natural History Sounds", Print and Press Services, Barnet, 1977.
  4. Patrick Sellar. "Sound Recording and the Birdwatcher", British Birds, Vol. 69, 1976 pp.202-215.
  5. Eric Simms, " Wildlife Sounds and their Recording", Paul Elek, London, 1979.
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