Win a copy of Birdsong plus a Bird Trees collection!
We've got ten copies of Birdsong plus ten Bird Trees collections to giveaway before the 31st March
At last it is possible to listen to the amazing variety of birdsong that enriches our environment simply by opening this book. Delve into the absorbing text and beautiful photographs of each of the 150 birds whilst listening to their songs and calls.
Among many others, the sounds you will hear at the touch of a button include the cries of birds of prey like the Red Kite, Osprey and Peregrine Falcon as well as the dramatic mewing or barking cries of several species of gulls that can be found both on our coasts and in the centre of towns. The recordings include the songs and calls of much-loved garden birds, such as the Blackbird, Song Thrush, Robin, Wren and Blue Tit as well as the sounds of many wonderful migrants.
About the Bird Trees Collection
A trio of trees to attract birds to the garden.
This collection of three trees will help you attract your very own dawn chorus into the garden. Within your collection you will find an Amalanchier, Bird Cherry and Rowan tree in 1ltr pots ready to be planted and enliven your garden. We are sure you will agree this trio of gorgeous trees will be more enticing to birds than a plastic feeder. Armchair birdwatchers will be charmed by feathered friends visiting the garden, and take delight in watching slugs and caterpillars being gobbled up
Within the collection the lucky winner will receive an Amelanchier Tree, Bird Cherry and Rowan Tree all delivered in 1ltr biodegradable pots ready to plant in their garden and create their own dawn chorus.
To enter the competition
First, you must follow both @_Bird_Song_ and @plantdelivered on twitter then answer the following question by replying to both on twitter (using the hashtag #birdsong):
How many bird songs and calls are featured in the book?
Entries for the competition must be in by 17h GMT on 31/03/2012
Many thanks to Plants Delivered
for providing the Bird Tree Collections. For more details about them, please go to http://www.plantsdelivered.co.uk/