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News update – April 2014

News update – April 2014

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The last four weeks have been slower than usual on Nature Soundmap, mainly due to a programming hurdle which I’ve been working hard to ‘jump over’*. (see footnote). Because of this, I’ve been hesitant to invest too much time into adding new content & implementing new ideas until we find a solution. Thankfully a kind web developer has...

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300th Recording!

300th Recording!

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The 300th recording has now been added to Nature Soundmap! Felix Blume recorded frogs & toads calling in a pond on the Niger Delta in Mali. I’ve almost caught up with the backlog of recordings and looking forward to receiving new submissions. As always, recordings from areas not already covered, of endangered species or from threatened habitats are...

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Latest Recordings Widget

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A dynamic list which shows the most recent recordings added to Nature Soundmap now appears in the blog’s sidebar. To see it navigate to the “What’s New” page from the main menu at the top of the...

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February 2014 Update

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January was a busy month following the launch of Nature Soundmap. The exposure we received was excellent, with posts, articles and tweets from BBC Future, Africa Geographic, Macaulay Library, XenoCanto.org, The Wilderness Society, Australian Museum and the Australian Conservation Foundation. Almost 50K page views with 22K visitors in a period of three weeks was a...

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News from Facebook

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A big thank you to the Wilderness Society for helping get the word out about Nature Soundmap. – great to see over 200 people have shared the following embedded post!

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