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Listening

What's Changing? - Listening
Listening
Halcyon Identifies 17 October 2020

 

Please see below selected recent listening-related change.

 

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October 2020

On Dawn

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If you've ever wondered why bird species sing in a particular order as the sun rises, rhe UK Wildlife Trusts and the Royal Horticultural Society, which run the Big Wildlife Garden competition, explain what you might hear and when.

Up at 5am on 17th May 2012; the Belgian dawn not only full of unseasonal frost, but also alive with an almost deafening inter-bird competition to see how could rule the airwaves. Need to do that again as the longer days have arrived in Spring 2016.

 

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Listen a hundred times- ponder a thousand times- speak once - Turkish Proverb

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No one really listens to anyone else, and if you try it for a while you'll see why - Mignon McLaughlin

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Lots of people talk to animals, said Pooh. Not that many listen though. That's the problem - Benjamin Hoff - The Tao of Pooh

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Listening to the stories of others ... is a kind of water that breaks the fever of our isolation - Mark Nepo

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Give every man thy ear, but few thy voice - William Shakespeare

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Everybody's on a secret misson / Everybody's got their own ambitions / They would tell you if they thought you'd listen - Neil Hannon

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Everybody lies, but it doesn't matter because nobody listens - Nick Diamos