Sunday is International Dawn Chorus Day, and to celebrate we’re delighted to invite you to a free online concert starring some of the world’s most soulful singers!
In an ear-pleasing extravaganza, you can enjoy live birdsong from across the UK and discover the sounds and secrets of the dawn chorus, from trilling nightingales in ancient woodlands to booming bitterns in distant wetlands.
Featuring special guests, including Chris Packham, Megan McCubbin, biologist and broadcaster Lizzie Daly and musician Sam Lee, we’ll be urging everyone to take a moment to open their windows or step out of their door and experience the dawn chorus.
What better way to start your day than by coming together to enjoy nature at its noisiest and most beautiful best? Plus, we’ll be revealing the nation’s favourite birdsong.
Start your day differently this Sunday and join us for the biggest concert of the year so far – and all from the comfort of your own home! See our countdown clock below.
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