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Blog Post THE FLOWERS HAVE GONE WILD! - a kids song video about wildflowers and their pollinators

Category: Animal Song Videos

Published: Friday, May 8, 2015

Greetings my dear fans and friends!

I've been taking photos and videos of wildflowers and pollinators since I wrote my song,
"The Flowers Have Gone Wild" several springs ago.  I'm very excited to share the best of them with you in this 3 minute music video. Each framed flower and splash of color reminds me of how much I love writing these songs and how much I love sharing them with each of you.You will watch bees, beetles, ants, bird pollinators in this video, as well as many kinds of beautiful wildflowers from the western United States. I hope you enjoy this music video I've made for you. Please share it with your friends!

Let Spring fill our hearts with the colors and sounds of the outdoor world!

With lots of love,

Birdsong                     

"THE FLOWERS HAVE GONE WILD" can be found on our  2013 Parents' Choice Approved CD "EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED and Other Animal Songs for Kids" by Birdsong and the Eco-Wonders. You can find all of our kids songs about animals, plants and habitats on our Birdsong TV website.

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Lyrics and music by Cheryl Procaccini aka Birdsong 
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About this Page: Greetings my dear fans and friends! I've been taking photos and videos of wildflowers and pollinators since I wrote my song, The Flowers Have Gone Wild several springs ago. I'm very excited to share the best of them with you in this 3 minute music video. Each framed flower and splash of color reminds me of how much I love writing these songs and how much I love sharing them with each of you.You will see bees, beetles, ants, bird pollinators in this video, as well as many kinds of beautiful wildflowers from the western United States. I hope you enjoy this music video I've made for you. Please share it with your friends! Let Spring fill our hearts with the colors and sounds of the outdoor world! With lots of love, Birdsong -Find all of our kids songs about animals, plants and habitats on our Birdsong TV website. Lyrics and music by Cheryl Procaccini aka Birdsong © Little One Music (ASCAP) All Rights Reserved