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Meet beatboxer who sounds like a bird

29 March 2014 Last updated at 10:50 GMT

The sound of birds singing in the trees is one of spring's defining features, but city-dwellers are often more used to the sound of traffic.

According to the National Trust, nearly half of people who live in cities feel they do not get to enjoy nature enough, and they have come up with an album featuring animal and insect sounds to try and change that.

The music has not been produced by animals, but by beatboxer Jason Singh, who spoke to BBC Breakfast to explain why he is inspired by birdsong - and show off his skills at imitating our feathered friends.

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