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Why nightingales are snubbing Berkeley Square for the Tiergarten | Environment | The Guardian

They were once among Britains most beloved singers, their murmurs musical giving melancholy poets solace in their darkest hours. But these days the world-famous warblers are more likely to be found jamming with jazz musicians in neglected Berlin parks than serenading Londoners in Berkeley Square. Some even claim that their latest outpourings feature elements of German techno.