Birdsong

Birdsong may refer to:

  • Bird vocalization, the sounds of birds
  • Birdsong, Arkansas, United States
  • Birdsong Nature Center
  • Birdsong Sandstone, a Mesozoic geologic formation

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Other articles related to "birdsong":

Carl Birdsong
... Carl Birdsong (born January 1, 1959 in Kaufman, Texas) is a former National Football League punter from (1981-1985) for the St ... Birdsong graduated from Amarillo High School and then from Southwestern Oklahoma State University ... Birdsong made the Pro Bowl in 1983—but for an elite punter his professional career was short ...
Mary Birdsong - Life and Career - Broadway and Live Theater
... From July 2006 – January 2007, Birdsong performed in the Martin Short Fame Becomes Me comedy musical, alongside Martin Short, Marc Shaiman, Nicole Parker, Brooks ... On January 29, 2008, Birdsong joined the Broadway cast of the musical, Hairspray ... Birdsong left the production on April 6, 2008 ...
Birdsong - Surname
... Bob Birdsong (born 1948), American bodybuilder Carl Birdsong (born 1959), American football player Cindy Birdsong (born 1939), American singer Edwin Birdsong (born 1950 ...
Saint François D'Assise - Musical Elements - Birdsong
... Prêche aux oiseaux" or, The Sermon to the Birds) to all manner of birdsong as Francis delivers his famous sermon with Brother Masseo in attendance ...
Tennessee State Route 191
... It runs from Interstate 40 (Exit 133), Birdsong Exit, north to Birdsong Resort, Marina, Lakeside RV and Tent Campgrounds and North America's Only Freshwater Pearl Farm, the Tennessee River ... highway passes through the small communities of Eagle Creek, Birdsong, Chalk Level, Camden Bay, Eastview Tennessee, Eva, and the court square in Camden, Tennessee ... Several good places along the southern end from the beginning at the Interstate on to Birdsong is the scenic overlook of the Tennessee River, a handicap person fishing pier, two launching ramps ...

Famous quotes containing the word birdsong:

    And Manuel embraced his mother and they laughed together: Délira’s laugh sounded surprisingly young; that was because she hadn’t really had the chance to make it heard; life was just not happy enough for that. No, she never had time to use it; she had kept it fresh as can be, like a birdsong in an old nest.
    Jacques Roumain (1907–1945)