A Manchester beatboxer is trying encourage more people to enjoy wildlife and the great outdoors.
Jason Singh, who describes himself as a vocal sculptor, has created an album of sounds after getting inspiration from birds, frogs and insects.
The idea's come from the National trust after research found that listening to birdsong, not only makes people calmer, but can boost positive thinking.
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