why birds sing

“A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer;
singingit sings because it has a song.”

– Maya Angelou


  1. Jordon Wallace says:

    Birdsong is a very subjective emotional experience, birdsong can have a variety of associations in the human observer, they ( birds ) have learned an evolutionary and innate sound that is specific to species. An expression of
    place in the fauna the subtle variations are reactions to small changes in the surrounding state, survival is in the art of listening or being perceptive where predatory biotic tensions are so subtle in the apostatic field they are
    possibly the variation of the creature’s perception and hence variation in the song. Almost indetectable variation
    in grains of sound reflect in some ways a quantum perception.

    • nikbeeson says:

      Hey Jordan.
      Thanks for the thoughtful and very sensitive response.
      Granular variation in song modulation attributed to hyper alertness/quantum perception.
      Trust you to find a whole new perceptual angle!

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