From February 2015 to January 2016 we made one minute monthly recordings of birdsong in the churchyard within an hour of sunrise. Alongside birdsong, you will hear a variety of extraneous sounds, including lambs and sheep, a cockerel, rain and wind.
Robin singing with Crow in the background. At 19 seconds on the recording a Woodpigeon calls. Towards the end a Blackbird and Song Thrush are singing and House Sparrows are calling.
Mostly a Wren and at 21 seconds on the recording there's a Blackbird in the background.
A Blackbird, which at 18 is interspersed with snatches of Song Thrush.
A Blackbird with a Chaffinch singing at 15, 24 and 50
There is a Wren (thinner sound) and a Blackbird (fluty song) singing and at 48 a Goldcrest sings.
Wren alarm call and a Crow at 26.
At 12 a Wood-pigeon then only lambs calling.
A Robin sings with a Crow in the background.
Rain, Robin, Crow (and Silver Dorking cockerel)
A Wren alarm call, at 46 a Blackbird alarm call, and at 54, a Robin singing.
A Robin singing, Jackdaws calling in the background and at 48 a Robin singing faintly.
Mostly a Song Thrush singing.