A Nightingale Sings on Wilden Marsh

Mooching around North Pond Chain late last evening, a nightingale sang in that oak tree.

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5 Responses to A Nightingale Sings on Wilden Marsh

  1. Christine Henry says:

    …not Berkley Square, but appropriate for 40’s weekendsup on the Valley😂. Will sit out to listen tonight – it would be a first for me.

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  2. Sherry Felix says:

    Lovely. Out my apartment window we often hear a Mockingbird who sounds like a chorus of birds. Mockers repeat the songs twice giving away who they are.

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  3. Anne says:

    LOVELY to listen to!

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