426/265 Wildlife sound specialist Gregory Ovenden remembers recording birds on a frozen lake
422/265 Wildlife camerman Alasdair Grubb recalls how a blue tit corralled him into a rescue
421/265 Springwatch presenter Lindsey Chapman on the boisterous, loud call of Cetti's warbler
420/265 Musician Jimi Goodwin on the mallard in this Tweet of the Day
419/265 Cameraman Neil Anderson hiked and abseiled a cliff face to track down a golden eagle nest
Conversational voices of those inspired by birds.
Helen Moncrieff recalls seeing an Orca seize a Black Guillemot at sea.
Michael Morpurgo's paean to the beautiful, mysterious swan.
David Rothenberg asks a question, why is the song thrush not famous?
David Rothenberg on the jazz artist of the bird world - the humble robin.
For Professor David Rothenberg, the blackbird is a beautiful melodic songster.
For Joe Acheson, slowing down the song of the wren sounds like gibbons in the rainforest.
Ecologist Penny Anderson discovers a garden warbler singing in her garden.
Ecologist Penny Anderson describes the flamboyant ducks that visit her garden.
Penny Anderson watches herons in her garden as they steal frogs from her ponds.
Penny Anderson had to stop work on her house when the spotted flycatchers moved in.
Penny Anderson introduces the red grouse, a bird whose call always makes her laugh.
Mike Toms describes his encounters with tawny owls in Thetford Forest in Norfolk.
Ben Darvill recalls his first encounter with a common rosefinch.
Dave Leech describes his excitement on finding the nest of a water rail.
Bonita Johnson recalls watching a pair of battling robins.
Andy Clements is entranced by the mournful spirit-rising sound of the golden plover.
Environmentalist Tony Juniper recalls the popularity of linnets in his childhood.
Environmentalist Tony Juniper recalls his first encounter with a black-tailed Godwit.
Environmentalist Tony Juniper enjoys the song of the whitethroat.
Environmentalist Tony Juniper describes the joy of seeing and hearing corn buntings.