birdsong

[burd-sawng, -song]
noun
the singing or calling of birds, especially songbirds.

Origin:
bird + song

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birdsong (ˈbɜːdˌsɒŋ)
 
n
the musical call of a bird or birds

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Example sentences
And, when the boys thought about it afterward, they recalled that even the
  autumn birdsong faded as they neared the first houses.
Scientists have thus often compared the acquisition of human speech to that of
  birdsong.
It has been linked to the production of birdsong and the ultrasonic musings of
  mice.
Such basic sensory-motor coordination would be vital for both birdsong and
  human speech.
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