Dawn Chorus Day History
Dawn Chorus Day seeks to raise awareness about songbirds. Songbirds are a species of bird capable of producing sound. Some examples of birds include chiffchaffs, blackcaps, and robins. They belong to the Passeriformes order and their vocal organ is developed in a way that allows them to produce a diverse and melodious song. These birds can produce sounds using a combination of rhythm, pitch, and even notes. This day aims to celebrate the sounds of songbirds. It recognizes these birds and celebrates their unique sounds.
Dawn Chorus Day was started as a small event in Birmingham in the 1980s. It is observed annually on 2 May.
Dawn Chorus Day Facts