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Listen to Baby Humpback Whales “Whisper” to their Mothers

Dear Whale-Loving Friends,

An exciting study has revealed that baby humpback whales seem to “whisper” to their mothers. This is according to scientists who have recorded the infant whales’ quiet grunts and squeaks. 
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Watch our music video with Common Dolphins, Mothers and Calves

Ahoy Mates!

Watch more footage of common dolphins off the coast of Dana Point, CA, US. This short music video features “Clickety-Clack” from our CD “IF I WERE A FISH and Other Animal Songs for Kids.”  Look closely and you might see a mother dolphin with a calf by her side.
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Watch this video of a common dolphin superpod!

Common Dolphin Super Pod, Dana Point, CA, USA

Hello Friends.It's been a wonderful summer of observing and learning about the animals that inspire my songs. This video captures a super pod of common dolphin, 5 miles off the coast of Dana Point, CA, USA. There are hundreds of baby dolphins in this pod, and summer is the peak season for common dolphin births in this part of the world. Common dolphin are found in every ocean in the world and are the most abundant marine mammal in Southern California. They are a medium-sized, boldly-colored, energetic dolphin who will often stop what they are doing to swim toward our boat and bow-ride. I've nicknamed them the "boat-greeters" of the sea and my encounters with them have been one of the highlights of my summer. I never tire of these beautiful marine mammals, nor the joy I feel when sharing the ocean with them. What animals did you observe this summer? I'd love to hear about it or see your photos or drawings.With love from your singing naturalist and ocean animal ambassador,Birdsong #dolphins, #kidsocean #animalsongsforkids #birdsongandtheecowonders

Posted by Birdsong and the Eco-Wonders on Friday, September 1, 2017

Hello friends.

It’s been a wonderful summer of observing and learning about the animals that inspire my songs. This video captures a super pod of common dolphin, 5 miles off the coast of Dana Point, CA, USA. There are hundreds of baby dolphins in this pod, and summer is the peak season for common dolphin births in this part of the world.
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Watch our Worldwide Sing-Along to “Viva la Vaquita”

Dear Friends,
We did it!  With your help, we 
co-created this worldwide sing-along to our song, “Viva la Vaquita” and raised money for efforts to save the endangered vaquita porpoise. 
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Birdsong and the Eco-Wonders! If your children love animals and music, you’ve come to the right place! I’m Birdsong and the “Eco-Wonders” are the amazing animals that are the themes of my songs. Check out our CDs and videos, and don’t forget to sign up for your free song. I’m so excited to share our music with you!

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Thanks for your inspiration, Birdsong!”
– Ben T. (father)

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Fun, educational songs about marine animals and their “beautiful world under the sea.” From the memorable chorus of “Oxford the Octopus” to the energetic tribute to the world’s largest animal in “So big! Blue Whale!”, these lively eco-tunes will leave children singing, dancing and learning right to the last note.

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Celebrate the exciting world of animals, plants and their habitats with these rhythm-packed tunes by Birdsong and the Eco-Wonders. Worms, wolves, gorillas, geese, butterflies and more will wiggle, howl and fly into your imaginations with these educational songs about nature’s “great big web of life”.

Birdsong and the Eco-Wonders® has a mission:

~ To inspire Earth stewardship through the power of music.
~ To educate children about the natural world with multi-             media that is entertaining, interactive and filled with opportunities for whole-brain learning.

~ To use the lessons of nature to foster belonging, connection, cooperation and communication in children and families.