The question is to anyone with birdies in the family but enjoyment of the birds is for anyone. I just have a fun little question: what's the birdsong of the little guys like over there?
One of the three birds living with the family is a cockatiel named Boreas. His birdsong is...cute in a very strange way. The only reason I can tell that he's not singing the same note over and over again is that I've trained my ear listening to a lot of contemporary classical music that uses far more than twelve tones per octave. Sure, he occasionally will have a one- or two-step jump in his song, but usually the intervals he uses are a lot smaller than a half-step. Best part is, it's not even in a sing-song sort of way. He's a tone-deaf birdie and I find it so cute.
Yeah, the rest of the family tries getting him to whistle something that's more along the lines of music as we know it, but I try following him when he whistles his little atonal micro-intervals. I like his tone-deaf birdsong for what it is. It's just cute.