Wed, 17 Aug 2022 05:00:06 GMT
Insect’s mating call is a familiar sound of summer in region but experts say climate may force a relocation
The noise of church bells, ducks, geese, cockerels and even frogs has been the source of many a complaint – and even legal action – from visitors and newly arrived city dwellers in the French countryside.
Few will forget Maurice the crowing cockerel, who landed his owner in court in a case that ruffled feathers across France and symbolised the town and country divide.
Source link for full text: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/aug/17/too-hot-to-chirp-french-heatwave-silences-cicadas-of-provence