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Frog & Toad Chorus

Frog & Toad Chorus

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Uganda
Recordist: Colin Hunter
Location: Queen Elizabeth NP, Uganda
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Intense chorus of Guttural Toads and several frog species including Rocket Frogs, Running Frogs & a species of Afrixalus. More info
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Northern Spring Peepers

Northern Spring Peepers

Jacobsville, Michigan

United States
Recordist: Chris Trevino
Location: Jacobsville, Michigan, United States
Habitat: Vernal pool in temperate forest
Notes: The sounds of Northern Spring Peepers in a marshy forest at night. More info
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Sioux Forks Wetland

Sioux Forks Wetland

Sioux Forks Waterfowl Reserve, Minnesota

United States
Recordist: Steve Kohtz
Location: Sioux Forks Waterfowl Reserve, Minnesota, United States
Habitat: Temperate forest & wetland
Notes: Rich birdsong fills the air in a small wetland reserve in southern Minnesota. More info
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A Night in the Wild

A Night in the Wild

Stora Flyten Nature Reserve

Sweden
Recordist: Håkan Olsson
Location: Stora Flyten Nature Reserve, Sweden
Habitat: Temperate forest and wetland
Notes: Exceptional recording of Black-throated Loons calling at night on a lake. The reverberation is amazing. It gets even better when a family of wolves join in and start howling. More info
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Sandhill Cranes

Sandhill Cranes

Armstrong Bend, East Tennessee

United States
Recordist: Balie Todd
Location: Armstrong Bend, East Tennessee, United States
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: The sounds of thousands of Sandhill Cranes on cold day with sleet falling. More info
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Pacific Chorus Frog

Pacific Chorus Frog

Saltspring Island, British Columbia

Canada
Recordist: Mark Brennan
Location: Saltspring Island, British Columbia, Canada
Habitat: Temperate forest
Notes: Pacific Chorus Frogs call in the rain on Saltspring Island. More info
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Flamingoes of the Camargue
France
Recordist: Colin Hunter
Location: The Camargue, France
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Greater Flamingoes calling in the Camargue region of southern France. Up to 10,000 flamingos gather during the mating season returning each year to a small area of the national park’s shallow expanses of water. More info
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Midwife Toads
Belgium
Recordist: Felix Blume
Location: Namur, Belgium
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: The unusual sounds of Common Midwife Toads (Alytes obstetricans) in the Belgian countryside. More info
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Cocoparra Marsh at Dusk

Cocoparra Marsh at Dusk

Cocoparra National Park, NSW

Australia
Recordist: Marc Anderson
Location: Cocoparra National Park, NSW, Australia
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Several species of frog call from a small marsh near Cocoparra National Park. More info
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Evening Marsh in the Budawangs

Evening Marsh in the Budawangs

Morton National Park, NSW

Australia
Recordist: Marc Anderson
Location: Morton National Park, NSW, Australia
Habitat: Temperate forest
Notes: Several species of frog call from a small marsh in the Budawangs mountain range. More info
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Okefenokee Swamp

Okefenokee Swamp

Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia

United States
Recordist: Balie Todd
Location: Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia, United States
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Pig Frogs, Cricket Frogs and Green Tree Frogs call enthusiastically from Okefenokee Swamp in early May More info
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Alligator Purrs

Alligator Purrs

Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia

United States
Recordist: Balie Todd
Location: Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia, United States
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Morning ambiance in Okefenokee Swamp that includes several Alligators communicating. More info
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Dispersion in Ice Sheets
Germany
Recordist: Andreas Bick
Location: near Berlin, Germany
Habitat: Frozen lake
Notes: Unique underwater perspective of a lake covered with thin ice. The extraordinary synthetic-sounding descending tones are caused by the natural dispersion of sound waves. More info
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Tropical Swamp

Tropical Swamp

Kaeng Krachan National Park

Thailand
Recordist: Marc Anderson
Location: Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand
Habitat: Swamp & tropical rainforest
Notes: Frogs, insects and birds call from the fringes of a swampy section of rainforest in Kaeng Krachan National Park, part of Thailand's western forest complex. More info
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First Light at Fogg Dam

First Light at Fogg Dam

Fogg Dam, Northern Territory

Australia
Recordist: Marc Anderson
Location: Fogg Dam Conservation Area, Northern Territory, Australia
Habitat: Lowland monsoon forest
Notes: Recorded in pre-dawn light where the monsoon forest merges with the wetland. A range of bird species can be heard – forest-dwelling birds herald the dawn while nocturnal Large-tailed Nightjars make their ‘chopping’ calls in the dim light. Waterbirds such as Magpie Geese and Whistling Ducks fly over the forest toward the wetland and the gurgling territorial calls of Orange-footed Scrubfowl can occasionally heard in the distance. More info
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Graubünden Lake

Graubünden Lake

Graubünden

Switzerland
Recordist: Felix Blume
Location: Graubünden, Switzerland
Habitat: Lake
Notes: On the surface of the frozen lake, ice melts and crackles ... More info
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Frogs on the Niger Delta

Frogs on the Niger Delta

Diafarabé, Niger Delta

Mali
Recordist: Felix Blume
Location: Diafarabé, Niger Delta, Mali
Habitat: Pond in arid semi-desert
Notes: Toads and frogs are singing at night in the pond, in the center of the small village of Diafarabe, on the Niger river. More info
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Sunday Morning Marsh

Sunday Morning Marsh

Washington County, Oregon

United States
Recordist: Dwight Porter
Location: Washington County, Oregon, United States
Habitat: Marsh & scrub
Notes: Species recorded: Red-winged Blackbird, American Bittern, Sora, Virginia Rail, Song Sparrow, American Robin, Canada Goose, Common Yellowthroat, Ring-necked Pheasant, Mourning Dove, Starling, bullfrog. More info
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Midnight Loons

Midnight Loons

Wagner Lake, Minnesota

United States
Recordist: Curt Olson
Location: Wagner Lake, Minnesota, United States
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: This track features the haunting calls of the Common Loon. The ambient "roar" you'll hear is the sound of gentle night breezes swishing through the treetops of large Red Pines nearby. More info
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Sunset on Eel Lake

Sunset on Eel Lake

Chippewa National Forest, Minnesota

United States
Recordist: Curt Olson
Location: Chippewa National Forest, Minnesota, United States
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: A steady chorus from Spring Peeper Frogs is punctuated by the sounds of other critters settling in for the night. Listen to the pair of Trumpeter Swans fly in at 3:50 - wonderful! More info
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Padojärv Dawn Chorus

Padojärv Dawn Chorus

Põlva County

Estonia
Recordist: John Grzinich
Location: Põlva County, Estonia
Habitat: Wetland & temperate forest
Notes: Pado lake is on the eastern side of the Meelva bog in south-east Estonia. This recording captures a pleasant mix of bird and frog species during the dawn chorus. More info
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Cley Marshes

Cley Marshes

Cley, North Norfolk

United Kingdom
Recordist: Peter Toll
Location: Cley, North Norfolk, United Kingdom
Habitat: Coastal marshes
Notes: Sea pounding in the background with lots of different birds calling including Gulls, Oyster Catchers, Meadow Pipit, Canada Geese, Skylark, Pheasant, & Reed Warbler in the distance. More info
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Pasoh at Night

Pasoh at Night

Pasoh Forest Reserve

Malaysia
Recordist: Marc Anderson
Location: Pasoh Forest Reserve, Malaysia
Habitat: Lowland tropical rainforest
Notes: In the hours following dusk in Pasoh Forest Reserve, the forest is alive with insects, frogs, nocturnal birds and mammals. This recording was made by a puddle on the side of the main access road. More info
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Booderee Marsh

Booderee Marsh

Booderee National Park

Australia
Recordist: Marc Anderson
Location: Booderee National Park, Australia
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Striped Marsh Frog (Limnodynastes peroni) & Eastern Common Froglet (Crinia signifera) call from a marsh in Booderee National Park, NSW, Australia. More info
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The Beast of Dunn’s Swamp

The Beast of Dunn’s Swamp

Wollemi National Park, NSW

Australia
Recordist: Marc Anderson
Location: Wollemi National Park, NSW, Australia
Habitat: Eucalypt forest & swamp
Notes: For the early Australian settlers, camping in the bush must have been a frightening experience. With limited knowledge of Australian fauna, their imaginations no doubt ran wild when hearing some of the rather disconcerting sounds of the bush at night - such as these harmless Brush-tailed Possums having a territorial disagreement. More info
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Peskowesk

Peskowesk

Kejimkujik National Park

Canada
Recordist: Mark Brennan
Location: Kejimkujik National Park, Canada
Habitat: Acadian forest and lake
Notes: A journey in the through the sounds of the Acadian Forest of Nova Scotia. From dawn, following the morning chorus in wetlands, forests and river valleys we take a journey into the Spring Wilderness of Nova Scotia. Watch video
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Northern Wetland

Northern Wetland

Cape Breton Highlands

Canada
Recordist: Mark Brennan
Location: Cape Breton Highlands, Canada
Habitat: Tundra and wetland
Notes: Recording locations included the high Tundra plateau of the Cape Breton Highlands and the hidden wetlands of the Acadian Forest of Canada's east coast.More info
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Crex Meadows

Crex Meadows

Crex Meadows Wildlife Area, Wisconsin

United States
Recordist: David Michael
Location: Crex Meadows Wildlife Area, Wisconsin, United States
Habitat: Sedge marsh and brush prairie
Notes: Chorus frogs and spring peepers precede a unison call of Sandhill Cranes, geese and waterfowl as night falls. A small mammal passes the microphones and a common snipe begins its courtship flights. Dawn excites the red-winged blackbirds, sparrows, and woodpeckers in the distant forest to sing as the wind picks up again. More info
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Slavek’s Creek

Slavek’s Creek

Lake Mamori, Lago

Brazil
Recordist: David Michael
Location: Lake Mamori, Lago, Brazil
Habitat: Tropical rainforest & river
Notes: Rich, textured soundscape recorded along a portion of a tributary to Mamori Lake.More info
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Seney Wildlife Refuge

Seney Wildlife Refuge

Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Michigan

United States
Recordist: David Michael
Location: Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Michigan, United States
Habitat: Temperate shrubland & wetland
Notes: Providing refuge and breeding grounds for migratory birds and other wildlife, Seney Wildlife Refuge is a success story in habitat restoration. In this recording, a Black-billed Cuckoo calls rhythmically to a background of open country birdsong.More info
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Horned Screamer

Horned Screamer

Manu National Park

Peru
Recordist: Marc Dragiewicz
Location: Manu National Park, Peru
Habitat: Tropical wetland and rainforest
Notes: Looking like it’s come straight out of a children's fantasy story, the bizarre Horned Screamer is found along rivers and freshwater marshes in northern and central South America. This species is very vocal and it’s rather unmusical honking duets are a common sounds in Amazonian open wetlands. Read more.
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Toads on the Nile

Toads on the Nile

near Sandafa al Far

Egypt
Recordist: Patrick Franke
Location: near Sandafa al Far, Egypt
Habitat: River valley
Notes: African Common Toads (Amietophrynus regularis) call rhythmically from the Nile River valley near Sandafa al Far. More info
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Song of the Marsh

Song of the Marsh

Ledson Marsh, Sonoma County, California

United States
Recordist: Jack Hines
Location: Ledson Marsh, Sonoma County, California, United States
Habitat: Wetland & grassland
Notes: The electric song of Red-winged Blackbird fills the air, and from the marsh the croaks Pacific Tree Frogs form a gentle rhythmic background. More info
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Birdsong in Flói

Birdsong in Flói

Flói Nature Reserve

Iceland
Recordist: Magnus Bergsson
Location: Flói Nature Reserve, Iceland
Habitat: Tundra and wetland
Notes: This recording contains the sounds of many local birds and migrants including Red-necked Phalarope, Arctic Tern, Red-throated Diver, Black tailed Goldwit, Common Snipe, Golden Plover, Whimbrel, Eurasian Oystercatcher. Background noise is coming from the surf along the south coast. More info
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Frogs at Midnight

Frogs at Midnight

near Mashiko

Japan
Recordist: Hiroki Sasajima
Location: near Mashiko, Japan
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Various frog species call from a wetland in rural Japan. More info
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The Great Rann

The Great Rann

The Rann of Kutch, Gujarat

India
Recordist: Listening Earth
Location: The Rann of Kutch, Gujarat, India
Habitat: Seasonal wetland amidst desert thornscrub
Notes: In the dry season flamingos, pelicans, cranes and waterfowl gather on mirror lakes in huge numbers, and in the dry thornscrub, doves, prinias, bulbuls, coucals and silverbills contribute to a chorus of delicate birdsong that drifts over the arid plains. More info
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Achit-Nur Soundscape

Achit-Nur Soundscape

Lake Achit-nur

Mongolia
Location: Lake Achit-nur, Mongolia
Habitat: Lake with reeds, steppe
Notes: Soundscape from the remote Lake Achit-nur in Mongolia. Species recorded include Great Reed Warbler, Whooper Swan Common Coot and Common Black-headed Gull More info
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Morning by the Lake

Morning by the Lake

Zemaitija National Park

Lithuania
Recordist: Veljo Runnel
Location: Zemaitija National Park, Lithuania
Habitat: Lake and temperate forest
Notes: Morning by the Lake Plateliai, in Zemaitija National Park, Lithuania. Icterine Warbler is singing in the tree. Other birds nearby: Great Spotted Woodpecker, Fieldfare, Wood Pigeon, Marsh Warbler and Common Whitethroat. More info
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Mosquito Paradise

Mosquito Paradise

near Ahtme

Estonia
Recordist: Veljo Runnel
Location: near Ahtme, Estonia
Habitat: Rural fields & grassland
Notes: In summer, the swampy forests of Estonia are heaven for mosquitos, but also provide a haven for singing Willow Warblers with their distinctive descending call. The sound of cuckoo and displaying Snipe are also prominent, and a Bittern booms about midway through the recording. More info
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Cranes – Autumn Migration

Cranes – Autumn Migration

Matsalu National Park

Estonia
Recordist: Veljo Runnel
Location: Matsalu National Park, Estonia
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Eurasian Cranes, after roosting overnight by the Matsalu bay, head out to feed in the nearby fields and grasslands. More info
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Sunrise on the Swamp

Sunrise on the Swamp

Emajõe Suursoo Nature Reserve, Tähemaa

Estonia
Recordist: Veljo Runnel
Location: Emajõe Suursoo Nature Reserve, Tähemaa, Estonia
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: In this early morning recording you can hear the sounds from the swamps of Emajõe Suursoo (meaning: Great Bog of the Mother River) and also from the surrounding forest. Common Toads and Moor Frogs softly croak in the foreground, while in the distance Reed Bunting, Great Snipe, Cuckoos, & Savi's Warbler call, and a swimming Beaver paddles across the wetland. More info
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Arctic Divers on Lake Inari
Finland
Recordist: Veljo Runnel
Location: Lake Inari, Finland
Habitat: Lake and pine forest
Notes: A family of Arctic Divers call as they swim on the the lake. More info
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Pobblebonks

Pobblebonks

Stirling Ranges, WA

Australia
Recordist: Hannu Jännes
Location: Stirling Ranges, Western Australia
Habitat: Heath and wetland
Notes: Western Banjo Frogs (Limnodynastes dorsalis) are the main species calling, with Motorbike Frog (Litoria moorei) in the background, and an unknown species calling midway through the recording. More info
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High Lonesome Nature Reserve

High Lonesome Nature Reserve

High Lonesome Nature Reserve

Canada
Recordist: Chad Clifford
Location: High Lonesome Nature Reserve, Canada
Habitat: Temperate forest and wetland
Notes: Lovely soundscape from the Mississippi Mills region of Canada. More info
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Woodcocks and Spring Peepers
United States
Recordist: Ray Mansell
Location: Connecticut, United States
Habitat: Temperate forest and wetland
Notes: A male Woodcock (Scolopax minor) performs a ritual flight from one side of the microphone to the other, while Spring Peepers (Pseudacris crucifer) sing from a small pond nearby. More info
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Moose Encounter

Moose Encounter

Cape Breton Highlands, Nova Scotia

Canada
Recordist: Ray Mansell
Location: Cape Breton Highlands, Nova Scotia, Canada
Habitat: Temperate forest and lake
Notes: I was recording the dawn chorus over the lake when a female moose and her calf started to approach the microphone... listen to hear the whole story. More info
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Beaver Conversation

Beaver Conversation

near Skultuna

Sweden
Recordist: Håkan Olsson
Location: near Skultuna, Sweden
Habitat: Temperate forest and wetland
Notes: One beaver is eating when another beaver comes by and they start to "talk" to each other. More info
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Marsh in the Morning

Marsh in the Morning

Całowanie Marsh Reserve, Mazovia

Poland
Recordist: Joachim Rupik
Location: Całowanie Marsh Reserve, Mazovia, Poland
Habitat: Marsh
Notes: Amongst the sounds of frogs you can hear Sedge Warblers, Nightingales, Rosefinches and other birds. More info
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Fire-bellied Toads

Fire-bellied Toads

Inowłódz

Poland
Recordist: Joachim Rupik
Location: Inowłódz, Central Poland
Habitat: A small pond in a pine forest
Notes: A few fire-bellied toads calling from pond water with blackcap song in a background. recorded in Pilica river valley a lowland river valley. More info
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Lundsford Corner Wetland

Lundsford Corner Wetland

Lundsford Corner, Arkansas

United States
Recordist: John Carroll
Location: Lundsford Corner, Arkansas, United States
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Windy evening at sunset, pond near Lundsford Corner, Arkansas. Multiple different kinds of frogs were croaking/clicking, as expected, but I was not expecting much bird activity because it was hot and humid. Just after sunset, the chuck-wills-widows started up a chorus that continued for a long time. More info
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Ouachita Frog Pond

Ouachita Frog Pond

Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas

United States
Recordist: John Carroll
Location: Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas, United States
Habitat: Wetland in temperate forest
Notes: Eastern Narrow-Mouthed Toad (Gastrophryne carolinensis; sound like "baaa" of sick sheep), Cope's Gray Treefrog (Hyla chrysoscelis; loud trill), Blanchard's Cricket Frog (Acris blanchardi; clicking), Green Frog (Lithobates clamitans; like pluck of loose banjo string); Green Treefrog (Hyla cinerea; high-pitched quack-like call) and others. More info
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American Green Tree Frogs

American Green Tree Frogs

Monroe County, Indiana

United States
Recordist: Kin Corning
Location: Monroe County, Indiana, United States
Habitat: Wetland and woodland
Notes: Green Frogs were regular callers from this small pond in southern Indiana, but this was the only time I heard such a chorus from multiple individuals. More info
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Crna Mlaka Wetlands at Night
Croatia
Recordist: Ivo Vicic
Location: Crna mlaka, Croatia
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Night soundscape from Crna mlaka wetlands, a 'Ramsar' (internationally important wetland) sanctuary in Croatia.More info
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Dawn Chorus near Rijeka
Croatia
Recordist: Ivo Vicic
Location: Rijeka, Croatia
Habitat: Forest & karst pond
Notes: Dawn chorus in a forest near a small pond. Species recorded include: Nuthatch, European Robin, Blackbird, woodpecker sp., Common Buzzard, Chiffchaff, Eurasian Jay, and a distant Nightingale. More info
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Amphibian Chorus

Amphibian Chorus

Zabrze, Silesia

Poland
Recordist: Jacek Krywult
Location: Zabrze, Silesia, Poland
Habitat: Temperate forest by a lake
Notes: On this lakeshore in Poland, frogs and toads call for a mate, and a Black Woodpecker drums in the background along with the calls of other bird species. More info
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Łężczok Wetlands Soundscape

Łężczok Wetlands Soundscape

Łężczok Reserve

Poland
Recordist: Jacek Krywult
Location: Łężczok Reserve, Poland
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Geese and swan call across the wetland, and acorns occasionally fall down from overhanging oak trees and plop into the water. More info
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Brent Geese grazing

Brent Geese grazing

Schiermonnikoog

The Netherlands
Recordist: Daan Hendriks
Location: Schiermonnikoog Island, The Netherlands
Habitat: Exposed eelgrass beds at low-tide
Notes: Snippet of a 20+ min recording of a large group of Black-bellied Brent geese, relaxing and eating on the mudflats of the Dutch island of Schiermonnikoog during low tide. More info
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Thrush Nightingale

Thrush Nightingale

Rdeisky State Reserve, Veliky Novgorod

Russia
Location: Rdeisky State Reserve, Veliky Novgorod, Russia
Habitat: Willow bushes by a pond
Notes: Common Toads croak gently in the background as a Thrush Nightingale sings it beautiful and very loud song.More info
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Recordist: Håkan Karlsson
Location: Scania, Sweden
Habitat: Frozen lake
Notes: Ice booms and cracks on a frozen Swedish lake. Birds sing softly in the background as the winter ice slowly melts and breaks from the warming spring air.More info
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Song of Arrivals

Song of Arrivals

Rönneå River, Scania

Sweden
Recordist: Håkan Karlsson
Location: Rönneå River, Scania, Sweden
Habitat: Flooded meadow by a river
Notes: The calls of hundreds of Whooper Swans after they arrive to feed on flooded meadows by the river Rönneå. More info
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Crane Symphony at Lake Hornborga

Crane Symphony at Lake Hornborga

Lake Hornborga, Westgothia

Sweden
Recordist: Håkan Karlsson
Location: Lake Hornborga, Westgothia, Sweden
Habitat: Marsh and lake
Notes: The sounds of tens of thousands of cranes calling, singing and dancing as they arrive at their spring feeding grounds at Lake Hornborga.More info
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Bullfrog Chorus

Bullfrog Chorus

Harvard, Massachusetts

United States
Recordist: Chris Renna
Location: Harvard, Massachusetts, United States
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Bullfrogs, Catbirds, Gray Tree Frogs and a number of other species can be heard on the recording. More info
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Evening Marsh in the Spring

Evening Marsh in the Spring

Assabet River Wildlife Refuge, MA

United States
Recordist: Chris Renna
Location: Assabet River Wildlife Refuge, MA, United States
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: 24 minute evening soundscape by a marsh featuring the sounds of frogs and birds. (Listen to geese flying in at approx 6:45) More info
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Mid-summers Night by the Pond
The Netherlands
Recordist: Ralph Koper
Location: Castricum, The Netherlands
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: On a mid-summer's night by a pond in the Netherlands, frogs croak and squelch while birds call softly in the background. More info
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Ice Booming at Dog Lake

Ice Booming at Dog Lake

Yosemite National Park, California

United States
Recordist: Dan Dugan
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, United States
Habitat: Frozen lake
Notes: Amazing sounds of Dog Lake in winter booming loudly and rattling due to variations in air temperature. More info
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Yuba Pass Soundscape

Yuba Pass Soundscape

Yuba Pass, Sierra Nevada

United States
Recordist: Klas Standberg
Location: Yuba Pass, Sierra Nevada, United States
Habitat: Forest and wetland
Notes: Lovely recording of frogs and birdsong in the Sierra Nevada. More info
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Telinga Morning

Telinga Morning

Telinga

Sweden
Recordist: Klas Standberg
Location: Telinga, Sweden
Habitat: Cleared area with wetlands
Notes: Recorded at 3am in modified habitat which has been cleared of natural forest. Species recorded include Common Snipe, Whinchat and Tree Pipit. More info
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Early Morning at Loch Urr

Early Morning at Loch Urr

Loch Urr, Dumfries and Galloway

Scotland
Recordist: Pete Smith
Location: Loch Urr, Scotland
Habitat: Marsh and wetland
Notes: Beautiful soundscape featuring the display calls of Curlew and the non-vocal drumming flight sounds of Snipe. More info
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American Bittern

American Bittern

Purdon Conservation Area, Ontario

Canada
Recordist: Chad Clifford
Location: Purdon Conservation Area, Ontario, Canada
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Notice the sound of the bittern gulping and inhaling air before it begins to call. This call is not the typical foghorn boom-type call. More info
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Little Egret Colony

Little Egret Colony

Garzaia di Celpenchio

Italy
Recordist: Gianni Pavan
Location: Garzaia di Celpenchio, Italy
Habitat: Wetland
Notes: Comical gargling, gobbling and chuckling sounds of Little Egret (Egretta garzetta) in a nesting colony in the Garzaia di Celpenchio nature reserve. More info
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Giant Banjo Frog Chorus

Giant Banjo Frog Chorus

Backyamma State Forest, NSW

Australia
Recordist: Wild Ambience
Location: Backyamma State Forest, NSW, Australia
Habitat: Dry woodland
Notes: Giant Banjo Frogs make the deep 'bonk' calls. You can also hear the staccato croaks of Spotted Marsh Frog & the higher pitched 'squelch' of the Eastern Sign-bearing Froglet. More info
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Nourlangie

Nourlangie

Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory

Australia
Recordist: Marc Anderson
Location: Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
Habitat: Dry woodland and monsoon forest
Notes: Species recorded include: Northern Fantail, Silver-crowned Friarbird, Pied Butcherbird, Spangled Drongo and Sandstone Shrike Thrush. More info
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Sunrise by a Billabong

Sunrise by a Billabong

near Longreach, Queensland

Australia
Recordist: Marc Anderson
Location: near Longreach, Queensland, Australia
Habitat: Billabong in semi-desert
Notes: Pied Butcherbirds, Galahs, Cockatiels and Budgerigars call from the trees surrounding a small billabong (water hole) in Queensland's arid outback. More info
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Echo on the Lake

Echo on the Lake

Rogovskoye Lake, Novgorodskaya oblast

Russia
Location: Rogovskoye Lake, Novgorodskaya oblast, Russia
Habitat: Lake on a sphagnum bog
Notes: Species recorded include Black-throated Loon (Gavia arctica), Black Grouse (Tetrao tetrix) and Common Gulls (Larus canus). More info
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