About “Songs of Disappearance” by BirdLife Australia Songs from 53 endangered Australian bird species can be heard, which David Stewart specialist collection.
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Stewart has been recording the sounds of Australia’s wildlife for more than 30 years. In some cases, the specialist waited for hours in the bush before he recorded one short sound.
When the album was released on December 3, A social media campaign has been launched to get the album on the Australian ARIA charts. The album finally made history:
This is the first album of its kind to be included in the top five.
Proceeds from the sale will go to BirdLife Australia’s animal welfare projects, according to the BBC’s website.
“This special album also contains some rare shots of birds that wouldn’t survive if we didn’t catch them together and protect them.” – Tell Paul SullivanCEO of BirdLife Australia.
Climate change is pushing species to the brink of extinction
One in six Australian bird species, so 216 out of 1,299 are endangered, according to a study by Charles Darwin University. The study, which also included the experience of more than 300 bird experts, found that climate change is bringing individual species closer to extinction.
Devastating scrub fires in 2019 and 2020 devastated the animals’ habitats, with BirdLife Australia estimating that the number of endangered bird species could rise by 25 percent.
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