Tweet of the Day

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Discover birds through their songs and calls. Each Tweet of the Day begins with a call or song, followed by a story of fascinating ornithology inspired by the sound.

Comedian Ed Byrne tees up his choices for a week curating his favourite episodes of Tweet.
Comedian Ed Byrne tees up his choices for a week curating his favourite episodes of Tweet.
Listening to the ring ouzel's call takes Mark Cocker back to his childhood.
Listening to the ring ouzel's call takes Mark Cocker back to his childhood.
Mark Cocker on the Curlew March 29, 2018
Mark Cocker on the evocative song of a curlew floating over the Derbyshire moorlands.
Mark Cocker on the Curlew March 29, 2018
Mark Cocker on the evocative song of a curlew floating over the Derbyshire moorlands.
For nature writer Mark Cocker spring has not arrived until he hears his first wood warbler
For nature writer Mark Cocker spring has not arrived until he hears his first wood warbler
Mark Cocker on the Twite March 27, 2018
Mark Cocker laments on the loss of the twite, once a familiar sight during his schooldays.
Mark Cocker on the Twite March 27, 2018
Mark Cocker laments on the loss of the twite, once a familiar sight during his schooldays.
Nature writer Mark Cocker revels in the windblown melancholy of the meadow pipit's song.
Nature writer Mark Cocker revels in the windblown melancholy of the meadow pipit's song.
Avian vet Richard Jones introduces a strange tale involving the world's largest falcon.
Avian vet Richard Jones introduces a strange tale involving the world's largest falcon.
Avian vet Richard Jones introduces the bird that inspired his career.
Avian vet Richard Jones introduces the bird that inspired his career.
Poet and editor of British Birdwatching Matt Merritt revels in the Wheatear song.
Poet and editor of British Birdwatching Matt Merritt revels in the Wheatear song.
Editor of British Birdwatching magazine Matt Merritt enjoys the first spring male redstart
Editor of British Birdwatching magazine Matt Merritt enjoys the first spring male redstart