SB 10.18.7

vanaṁ kusumitaṁ śrīman
 nadac-citra-mṛga-dvijam
gāyan mayūra-bhramaraṁ
 kūjat-kokila-sārasam
Synonyms: 
vanam — the forest; kusumitam — full of flowers; śrīmat — very beautiful; nadat — making sounds; citra — variegated; mṛga — animals; dvijam — and birds; gāyan — singing; mayūra — peacocks; bhramaram — and bees; kūjat — cooing; kokila — cuckoos; sārasam — and cranes.
Translation: 
Flowers beautifully decorated the forest of Vṛndāvana, and many varieties of animals and birds filled it with sound. The peacocks and bees sang, and the cuckoos and cranes cooed.