Some music is for the birds. This is made by them. Little wing indeed.
Did you ever wonder why you shouldn't give guns and other dangerous weapons to birds? Next time you eat a bagel, think twice before feeding flying friends -- at least if you happen to have any nuclear bombs within your reach.
What if they were tearing down your house, and all you could do was make the sounds of them tearing it down -- but make them perfectly? That's what the Lyra Bird does. It's as if it has a tape recorder built in it's throat. You have to see it, umm, hear it, to believe it. It mashes up all the sounds it hears together too, so one moment it is singing a song of a neighboring fowl and then a split second later it sounds like a camera shutter or a chain saw. Can you say "whacky?"
I used to think clouds were the top improvising artists out there. These videos demonstrate otherwise. I can't even conceive of the math formulas that were used to come up with these shapes. And coordination and timing.