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  1. Volume 1 covers 423 species. The African Bird Sounds CD set does not include any spoken announcements. The species are split into separate tracks which are all listed in the accompanying booklets and none of the sounds are artificial in any way. The set was designed to be an identification guide the species recordings are rather short (an average of 30 seconds each). African Bird Sounds is an essential tool for anybody trying to familiarise themeselves with the songs and calls of African birds. 67 pages, Boxed 4-CD set with 67 page French/English booklet
  2. Covers 1043 species from West and Central Africa. The African Bird Sounds CD set does not include any spoken announcements. The species are split into separate tracks which are all listed in the accompanying booklets and none of the sounds are artificial in any way. The set was designed to be an identification guide the species recordings are rather short (an average of 30 seconds each). African Bird Sounds is an essential tool for anybody trying to familiarise themeselves with the songs and calls of African birds. 190 pages, Boxed 11-CD set with 190 page English booklet
  3. Presents 327 species out of the 344 that can be heard, and approximately 1000 recordings, for Madagascar and neighbouring islands. Included in this volume are species that are nesting, which have been imported, are passing through or are wintering, and are well known for being sound-producing. As wintering species produce a similar type of sound in any wintering region around the globe they pass through, the authors have not only submitted recordings from areas which are covered in this publication.
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