Birds for kids: Common City Birds and Fowls

Can you identify the birds from their sounds? This video helps adults and kids learn bird sounds with high-quality bird footage in HD. In the first part of our series, you will learn the sounds of common city birds and fowls. It is a great video of birds for kids.

Children are very interested in animals and birds. Children learn birds at the preschool age by listening to birds sounds and seeing them with their own eyes. This video fulfills this educational purpose perfectly by using close-up video footage of common birds and fowls.

Birds use their voices to communicate with other birds. Birds can sing at any time of day, but their songs are often louder, livelier, and more frequent during the dawn. In most bird species, only male birds sing, attempting to attract mates and warn other males away from their territories. Not all of the bird noises are attractive to your ears. Some of the birds sing very pleasantly, whereas some of the birds make loud and not so pretty sounds for the human ear. Bird identification is a fun and useful skill, as bird sounds are a part of our lives in the cities and in nature.

Which birds am I going to learn about?

Fowls

A fowl is a bird, such as a duck, goose, turkey, or pheasant, that is used as food or hunted as game.

Common city birds for kids

Cities harbor 20% of the world’s bird species. You can hear these birds while you are walking in the streets or parks of your city.These are the birds can be found in the backyards. They can also be called garden birds.

List of birds in this video: sparrow, peacock, starling, woodpecker, cuckoo, nightingale, duck, kingfisher, swan, turkey, rooster, hen, crow, quail, pigeon, goose, and bulbul.

Please have a look our Birds page for more educational videos of birds and bird sounds.

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