This Brazilian duo of guitar and parrot are pretty good, but birds and guitars are not unusual. [more inside]
Birds demonstrate how to dance to different types of electronic music, and part 2, featuring more of the same.
Birds on a wire....."One morning while reading a newspaper, Jarbas Agnelli saw a photograph of birds on an electric wire. He cut out the photo and was inspired to make a song using the exact location of the birds as musical notes. He was curious to hear what melody the birds created."
Artist makes music with bird droppings. This BBC report includes probably the most excited reaction to guano in history.
The Finches: some of the best angular, atonal, postpunk, improvisational guitar I've heard in a while. [more inside]
It wouldn't make sense if I explained it. Dogs go backwards slowly in Vitalic video. Vitalic 's last video was posted here, but this is better. (Vitalic is the last electronic artist I can remember being excited to find out more about. His Bjork remix, streamable though his site, is amazing).
Songs of Brazilian Birds A fantastically diverse collection of .au files, including the beautifully evocative Organ Wren or Uirapuru, the mooing of the Capuchinbird, the sci-fi minimalism of the Short-tailed Antthrush and a duet of Laughing Falcons (they'll make you laugh at the end).