nature sound's Podcast

Here is where you will find bird recordings and tips on how to record them. Also look at http://www.naturesound.org

http://naturesound.libsyn.com

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 7m. Bisher sind 27 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle 4 Wochen erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 4 hours 14 minutes

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The Diminishing Dawn chorus


All gods creatures have a place in the choir, including the world WE live in.


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 2008-08-11  12m
 
 

The Snow Geese of the Skagit Flats


It is December and Today I'm taking you to the Skagit flats, about 60 miles north of Seattle in Washington state. The Skagit flats is one of Americas best winter birding destinations and one of the American birding associations “important...


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 2007-12-18  6m
 
 

Insects - A tour of Insects from around the World


Its time for another podcast from naturesound but this time we are switching species. Most of my recordings are of birds, mainly because they are the most visual and vocal but one particular species is usually found in most of my recordings,...


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 2007-12-05  16m
 
 

Nebraska Soundscape


Let us take you to the Grand Island, Crane meadows to hear the spectacular Sandhill Cranes and then up north to the Calamus outfitter ranch to hear a "Bar room brawl" staring the Great-Prairie Chicken. more information at www.naturesound.org ENJOY


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 2007-09-16  15m
 
 

World soundscape tour


Here we have a trip around the world starting in the USA and ending up in Australia, no traveling involved by you so don't pack your suitcase just yet, enjoy the sounds of Mexico, South America, South Africa, the UK and Sri Lanka. Australia sets the...


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 2007-07-13  18m
 
 

Arctic Wings from Mountaineers Books


Arctic birds in full colour


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 2006-12-08  1m
 
 

New Bird songs of the Pacific Northwest


Birdsoungs of the Pacific Northwest


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 2006-12-08  1m
 
 

Starlings get a raw deal, What is the future for this wonderful bird?


My friend the starling would like to say "be easy on me" This is a short podcast defending this magnificent bird from back home.


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 2006-09-05  6m
 
 

Yucatan Birds and the affects of Hurricanes


Global warming, Hurricanes and a lack of birds


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 2006-08-14  n/a
 
 

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge..AGAIN!!!!!


Will the threat of drilling ever go away? Unless we make this place a "class 1" wilderness it won't. Should we stand up for what we believe or let big money oil companies dictate to us what we can and can't have? Bird sounds from the refuge...


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 2006-08-06  17m