Here's another selection of the original twittersphere's greatest hits so that by the time you're swinging lazily in a sun-drenched hammock you won't even need to open your eyes to know what's up in the branches above.
The recordings are courtesy of ornithologist Edmunds Račinsks, with photographs from Jānis Jansons.
Both the English and Latvian (Čučiņš) names of this little bird seem to be derived from its song. They are not alone: in Dutch it is the tjiftjaf, in Finnish the tiltaltti and in German the delightful Zilpzalp.
Some pigeons stay with us over the winter, but these starting to arrive en masse in March and can be heard commonly from April. Coo!
The tiny wren proves size doesn't matter if you want to get noticed, possessing a strength in its song that puts many larger birds to shame. It is also a prodigious consumer of insects.