Dawn chorus in Stapleton Wood; on the forest track just before the sharp turn into the thick woods.
There is, as with all such recordings, a certain order of events. Owls see off the evening; then come the robins, tits and blackbirds. Buzzards can be heard too. (In this recording there are some very active owl sounds that appear different from normal; perhaps they are some other bird.) There are so many birds I cannot identify. The chorus often trails off with the sound of woodpigeons.
The occasional plane is unavoidable, and I have learnt over the last year that this is a problem wherever I go. More on that subject in another post.