Learning to identify and recognize birdsongs
In spring and summer, native songbirds such as nightingales, golden orioles, lapwings, song thrushes, and black redstarts can be heard everywhere. Nine years ago, this website was created to help people find out what it was they had heard and which song belonged to which bird. Since then, the website has grown and improved - at least I hope so. In addition to a forum on which to exchange ideas and examples that help find what you are looking for, it is now also possible to search for and download birdsongs using your mobile phone.
vogelstimmen.de offers thousands of free links to recordings of birdsongs from a list of over 10000 birds. You can search the database of recordings with just two clicks. Start learning about or expanding your knowledge of birdsongs.
Do so with the CDs listed under Recordings. These enable you to identify birdsongs anywhere and without having to go online. >>
For those who don''t know where to start, I recommend clicking on Examples. As with all other birdsongs, you can email them as links to friends.
I recommend the Parakeet section to those of you who have lonely pets at home. Read more >>.