Do you ever hear birds chirping outside your house in the morning?

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  1. sangre profile image93
    sangreposted 12 years ago

    Do you ever hear birds chirping outside your house in the morning?

  2. Skeffling profile image72
    Skefflingposted 12 years ago

    I hear Mourning Doves, Redwing Blackbirds and Robins this morning.  It`s a sure sign of spring that they are all back from wintering in the South.  Mourning Doves are my favourite peaceful-sounding birds. 

    Hope you have some birds chirping this fine morning!

  3. nightwork4 profile image61
    nightwork4posted 12 years ago

    every morning we hear them. not so much in the winter , but spring , summer and fall they are in the trees all around us.

  4. sangre profile image93
    sangreposted 12 years ago

    Hi Skeffiling, I sure do hear them. They start at 5.10am every morning. It's lovely to hear them, but it's hard getting back to sleep after.

    1. Ho Li Lian profile image55
      Ho Li Lianposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      you have just answered your own question :-D

  5. HealthyPetNetwork profile image61
    HealthyPetNetworkposted 12 years ago

    Got me thinking as I love the sound of birds and hear them all the time, like right now but was this a trick question? -- no as I can say without a doubt yes I do hear them early in the morning

  6. Randho profile image57
    Randhoposted 12 years ago

    Yes many times and believe me this is simply awesome.

    For me they are my morning alarm.

  7. tsmog profile image79
    tsmogposted 12 years ago

    Yup, If I don't hear them, then I am concerned and begin a cat safari. Now, don't misunderstand, the neighborhood - mobile homes nestled close to each other, is full of wandering cats. No problem as long as they stay out of the back garden.

    But now and then a feral cat did some stalking, found its bounty, and code of silence is broadcast. Except for the heroes of course who attack, attack, and attack freeing the land of the predator - mocking birds - with their cool demeanor.

  8. Movie Master profile image60
    Movie Masterposted 12 years ago

    Yes, it's a beautiful sound to wake up to, especially to hear the lovely song of the blackbird, if they started an hour later it would be even better!

  9. megwinkler profile image60
    megwinklerposted 12 years ago

    Every morning! I love it.  I have mockingbirds (I'm from Texas, go figure), cardinals, sparrows, and thrashers who have taken up residence in my trees this year and I'm loving their songs in the morning.

  10. Tamila Roberts profile image38
    Tamila Robertsposted 12 years ago

    I heard them sometimes mostly in the afternoon. Listening to them is really enjoyable. Most of the time, after work I enjoy listening to them.

    They are very delicate and beautiful. I also love feeding them nuts, grains, and raw peanuts. It makes me feel better to see birds somewhere else then in my plate. Even tho there is many claims that they are nuisible to the cities because they repoduce often. It remains impossible for me to stop spending valuable time alongside my favourite birds.

    There are two types of birds you can possibly meet. Forcefully, you won't want to meet the birds of prey. These are the most beautiful and dangerous of all birds. They usualy hunt small animals like: ( pigeons, rats, gerbils, small birds, ect.. )

    If your dream was to see a live bird once you see a real hawk, even a small one you will find out that they are awesome.

  11. LittlePayday profile image60
    LittlePaydayposted 12 years ago

    Yes I do, they always wake me up! I even have woodpeckers that make a raucous on my roof!

  12. ShawnS. profile image61
    ShawnS.posted 12 years ago

    I hear them chirping every day outside the house.

  13. profile image0
    Lynn S. Murphyposted 12 years ago

    Oh yes. And there are some mornings where I really do NOT appreciate it. lol!

  14. profile image53
    kayla howardposted 12 years ago

    well,yes they always outside i find their chirping pretty nice.

  15. workingmomwm profile image80
    workingmomwmposted 12 years ago

    Ever? Well, yes, of course. More like every day. I'm grateful that I still have all my senses intact so I can.

  16. Miss Paula profile image41
    Miss Paulaposted 12 years ago

    Yes, and it sounds wonderful. It's a great way to start the day.

  17. profile image50
    nobodieposted 12 years ago

    My wife and daughter and I were talking about this at dinner tonight:

    Daughter says, it is lovely, even at 4:30 in the morning, because the bird songs in the early morning are different and cooler than later in the morning. ( I don't know if this is true, maybe it is just different birds at different times)

    Wife: (who brought up the topic) The birds here in Suzhou are really much nicer, even early in the morning I love to wake up to their songs. But in Nanjing they are not as nice, simpler and coarser.

    Me: I love to wake up to birds at any time of the day. It is actually amazing to me that the birds can still live here in the most polluted part of the Chinese east coast. But they do and they sing happily in the morning for all of us, the peons and the polluters all the same.

  18. cherrycrime26 profile image72
    cherrycrime26posted 12 years ago

    Yes im listening to a bunch right now, they actually woke me up, out of my sleep.

  19. karengibsonroc profile image68
    karengibsonrocposted 12 years ago

    I do and i absolutely love the beauty of hearing them every single morning!!!

  20. Abhaque Supanjang profile image72
    Abhaque Supanjangposted 12 years ago

    Always. Since I live in a neighborhood that is situated by a rice field, seeing birds flying around and hearing them chirping is a common thing for me.

  21. StephanieBCrosby profile image82
    StephanieBCrosbyposted 12 years ago

    Yes, all the time, but spring and summer are the noisiest. Some chirps, tweets, and coos are nice. But others are plain annoying, especially if they wake up your baby. The hammering by the woodpecker is the funniest because it seems surreal at times. But the doves take the prize because they coo all morning long outside our upstairs bathroom window: they decided to nest in the gutter near the downspout.

  22. Melissa.P profile image61
    Melissa.Pposted 12 years ago

    Yes and sometimes i can hear my cat hitting my window trying to dive at them. Haha i think the hover by the window on purpose.

  23. Mandrake_1975 profile image88
    Mandrake_1975posted 12 years ago

    Yes, every day.  I much prefer the chirping to the woodpecker we used to have that would come and peck on our window every morning at 5 am.

  24. wolfissac profile image59
    wolfissacposted 12 years ago

    Unless it's winter I do, and even then most of the time I here them in the morning. It's not the chirping I mind, it's the cawing from crows and other bigger birds that bugs me.

  25. rouke profile image61
    roukeposted 12 years ago

    sadly for hardly get to hear them..;(

  26. Norma Budden profile image60
    Norma Buddenposted 12 years ago

    I do nowadays; I hear them in the evening, too. Spring seems to be, finally, on its way to Nunavut, Canada. Yippee!

  27. pork22 profile image77
    pork22posted 12 years ago

    I love the sounds of nature. I hear them when I'm at home and also here at my office. I hear them at night too, although sometimes annoying in the middle of the night, it is assuring to know that we share this world with many wonderful things.

  28. mkrandhawa profile image61
    mkrandhawaposted 12 years ago

    yes i hear birds chirping everyday in the is a beautiful and very charming sound which make me happy to start a new day.
    like sparrows,cuckoos and parrots.

  29. Loveslove profile image61
    Lovesloveposted 12 years ago

    Yes I do...and when at our caravan  up the coast we get seagulls on the roof every morning..never need an alarm call thats for sure !! just a shot gun !!

  30. akuigla profile image61
    akuiglaposted 12 years ago

    This is glorious!
    I enjoy it every day,especially before the sunrise,and after sunset.
    I consider birds chirping,together with the beautiful scent of small white orange flowers, one of the highest pleasure in life.
    Because while I was in USA, birds didnt sing.Flowers didnt smell.
    Now,in my place this is the symphony of scents and chirping!

  31. The Ghostwriter profile image71
    The Ghostwriterposted 12 years ago

    We bought a new build and hav a variety of birds all day everyday but in the first few weeks we kept find dead birds around the outside of the house.

    We couldn't work out what was killing the birds and why they were dying outside our home. We blamed something paranormal.

    One day I found a dead owl and during the evening my daughter called me to her room, in the window with the dead of night behind it, we could see a fine white print of that owl where it had flown into the window to its death.

    The printed residue must have been the natural oils of the feathers - but we wondered if the windows must have reflected the sky and looked like they were holes in the wall for the birds to fly through.

    As we have adorned the windows with blinds, curtains and the kids have stickers etc, they are no longer a death trap...thankfully

  32. moonfairy profile image75
    moonfairyposted 12 years ago

    yes, they wake me every morning......sometimes the sound is wonderful but when I hear them singing away at 5 am and I don't have to get up till later, it can be a little annoying. Of course, when the bitter cold winter rolls around and daylight doesn't come till 7, I miss the sound immensely.

  33. American View profile image60
    American Viewposted 12 years ago

    Yes I do, I love the sound. It means spring and summer are here

  34. profile image0
    Guantaposted 12 years ago

    Yes, and they are lovely.  Now that It's summer they seem to chirp even louder than in winter.  On most Saturday mornings they sound like a symphony and I live in a loud city but they manage to get through.

  35. Porshadoxus profile image62
    Porshadoxusposted 12 years ago

    yes. science has shown that the pitches of bird chirps open up a plant's stomata wider to allow for increased gas exchange, what we would call breathing. wider stomata allow plants to grow faster and bigger.

  36. Karl  VanGuilder profile image61
    Karl VanGuilderposted 12 years ago

    Yes , most mornings . where i live is surrounded by wood lands .

  37. Hui (蕙) profile image59
    Hui (蕙)posted 12 years ago

    All the time, even in raining. I like that, which makes the universe more peaceful and harmonious. From my window, I can see seagulls flying about over Saint John river, splendid clouds in sunsets, and birds flying and chirping in woods.

  38. MichelleA2011 profile image60
    MichelleA2011posted 12 years ago

    There is this tree across the street from my building, almost on level with my apartment and I swear, the birds start chirping while its still dark out. And although I cannot see them, I know they're in that tree! I like to say they are giving their morning report - where the good worms are and all!! I've even heard birds chirping at 9pm - shouldn't they be in bed by then?? smile

  39. JayeWisdom profile image89
    JayeWisdomposted 12 years ago

    Oh, yes! Often I hear them soon before sunrise, so those little rascals begin stirring early. Rather than being a morning "lark", I'm a "night owl" whose bouts of insomnia often keep me awake until the wee morning hours. The best thing about retirement is that I no longer have to force myself to get out of bed with only three hours of sleep!  Even when the birds' singing awakens me, I can go back to sleep until I've gotten at least six hours of sleep. By then, their early morning chorus has ended....

    Birds' singing sounds cheerful to me, even when it wakes me briefly.

  40. sam3m profile image60
    sam3mposted 12 years ago

    my wife and i are most often awake until 6 or 7 in the am because we are retired and i believe we have our days and nights mixed...or we're vampires.  in any case, birds start chirping outside our home at about 4:15 am.  we are kind of puzzled at that because it is still very dark out and they're not flying around.  they don't have showers to take or little bird outfits to put on for work.  i think this kind of behavior needs investigating.  congress isn't doing a whole lot these days.  maybe some of those pinwheels could look into it.

  41. profile image0
    Marie-AnneLeClercposted 12 years ago

    Far too many!!! There a number of trees in line all close together right outside my  bedroom window. They also start to chirp simultaneously well before its daylight! -Not quite the "early bird' person...

  42. JT Walters profile image72
    JT Waltersposted 12 years ago

    Yes, I hear birds chirping all the time in the morning.

  43. ImYoungAtHeart profile image74
    ImYoungAtHeartposted 12 years ago

    Yes most every morning and sometimes they even wake me up on weekends when I'm trying to sleep in. lol

  44. timz profile image60
    timzposted 12 years ago

    as cliched as it is, yes. altough I personally do not like waking up to the it, I would much rather wake up to the sound of rain gently falling.

  45. Zabbella profile image77
    Zabbellaposted 12 years ago

    Oh yes! the  morning birds have such a happy sound.  There is also a hawks nest nearby and in the afternoons we could hear that wonderful strong voice of the hawk.

  46. sidds123450 profile image61
    sidds123450posted 12 years ago

    Oh yeah!! it's really sweet to hear birds chirping in the morning!!!

  47. CreamT0632 profile image60
    CreamT0632posted 11 years ago

    always! i everyday, i love it! and forever love it!

  48. Arlynne1689 profile image57
    Arlynne1689posted 11 years ago

    yes! i used to live in the farm and i love it their. most of the things that you need is free..there are lots fruits in our backyard because my grandparents planted it their. Every time you want to eat fruits, all you have to do is pick..every morning i hear the birds chirping outside my window and it's like music to me. I'm used to hear that every morning. I feel like I was closer to nature. There are a lot of things to be thankful and you'll realize it once you lived in a farm. You'll realize that everything is a miracle.

  49. afriqnet profile image68
    afriqnetposted 11 years ago

    Yeah, the birds always prickle my windows in the morning what species of birds are these?

  50. profile image0
    oceansiderposted 11 years ago

    I always hear birds chirping early in the morning, as soon as it's daylight, and I love that....they sound so sweet....hearing them chirping before I hear any traffic or any other noise is peaceful to me.


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