The RSPB is releasing a track of pure birdsong to raise awareness of the loss of over 40 million birds from the UK in just 50 years.
"Let Nature Sing" features the song of threatened and endangered birds to get more people talking about the natural sounds the we could lose.
The RSPB says new research shows only 14% of people in Wales believe nature is in crisis.
Over 40 million birds have vanished from UK skies in just 50 years.
56% of species in the UK are in decline, and one in ten of our wildlife are critically endangered.
The RSPB is today releasing a track of pure birdsong into the charts for the first time in UK music history.
The charity says "Let Nature Sing" is an arrangement of some of the UK's most loved and most threatened birdsongs.
Guto Bebb MP for Aberconwy backed the campaign describing the single as "amazing".
Director of Conservation at RSPB said "nature is falling silent".
Sam Lee, who helped edit the single, said the loss of birdsong should concern everyone.