Translation of bird call in Spanish:

bird call

reclamo, n.

noun

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    reclamo masculine
    • In the distance I hear a bird call, a car driving by with loud bass, and some kids yelling and laughing in the playground down the street.
    • A thick forest surrounded the countryside generally alive with bird call and other noises.
    • Though these usually manifest themselves in communications (as do bird calls or scent markings in other species), they exist as factors in the ecological landscape that shape behavior.
    • Canary creates a spectrogram, or visual representation of each bird call.
    • I heard a bird call, then a group of bandits yelled as they came crashing out from the bushes.
    • Muted maracas shake, didgeridoos blow, and bird calls squawk.
    • It was utterly, silent, too - no bird calls or insect chirrups disturbed the sandy desert.
    • Their lips were centimetres apart when a loud bird call came from the balcony.
    • Only the rare bird call broke the sudden silence now that everyone had disappeared inside.
    • As they began to spread out, a bird call broke the silence from the opposite side of the clearing.
    • Have you seen the motion sensitive birds that chirp and wiggle with their actual bird call.
    • You could believe that someone had miscued the CD or forgotten the bird call.
    • Tapes of bird calls are helpful for those who want to learn the sounds of local birds.
    • This bird call which is mimicked by children, written about by poets and musically inspired by composers has it's place in nature.
    • ‘Frightened bird calls panic the other animals,’ Hall said.
    • As the moon was waxing and a nasty storm had just moved through, I was sitting near an open window about 8pm when I heard it… a distinctive bird call not like the usual night birds I hear.
    • We had left the woods and were walking on the other side of the fence bordering the park when we heard an unfamiliar bird call.
    • The occasional bird call darts through the foliage into the cool tropical air, but on a still night the silence is audible.
    • Now your friend, Michael Pestel, who was there with you that morning, with a collection of instruments, he explained to you that there's a difference between bird calls and birdsong.
    • Complete with bird calls, the balalaika orchestra brings off an impressionistic piece with free rhythmic passages in a haze of tremolos