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Old 03-06-2011, 11:16 AM   #1
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Sometimes I find a wonderful website and I am not sure where to post. I stumbled onto this one a few nights ago as I was feverishly (literally) surfing the web.

The Music of Nature | One Earth, Many Voices

I don't want to say too much about it, other than it will make you smile on a cold March morning!

ps. I hope this hasn't been posted here before. If it has, I apologize!
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Mary (bridget1964),

Thank you so much for sharing this awesome site. So far, I've only seen the introduction video, and then clicked on the red-winged blackbird. BEAUTIFUL!

One of my cats went from window to window here looking for the source of the sounds she still looking out the front window even after the video ended!

I woke up to a familiar bird song, but one I've yet to learn. (I've yet to learn most of them!) So, I'm looking forward to exploring this site. It's definitely gonna be saved as a favorite!

Hope your fever is gone and you are feeling better ASAP.
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So glad you like it! It really is a beautiful website with so much information!

I think the fever is gone, but I am still coughing like crazy. John is sick now, too, and more miserable than I.
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Old 03-06-2011, 12:52 PM   #4
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Lang Elliot has done some very nice work. He did a night sounds CD a while ago that was fascinating.
Amazon.com: A Guide to Night Sounds (9781878194237): Lang Elliott, Cynthia Page: Books
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So glad you like it! It really is a beautiful website with so much information!
Yes, and beautifully arranged.

The videography is quite stunning--I loved the wren. I loved how they place the title and info in that one.

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I think the fever is gone, but I am still coughing like crazy.
Glad the fever is gone, hope the cough is on its way out too.


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John is sick now, too, and more miserable than I.
Aw. Hope he recovers quickly. Let him know he is missed around these parts.
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Awe...Poor baby, Haven't heard a peep from him for quite some time now.
Get better...

I enjoyed your nature sounds link...(Saved it)
A few years back, One evening I recorded the mating trills of the toads.
It's so soothing to listen to!
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Old 03-13-2011, 11:52 PM   #7
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Thanks for posting the link to the The Music of Nature.

Wow, impressive, authentic and totally cool!! Love the commentary on the sounds too.

One post contained a recording of a coyote. The writer's comment was: "I wonder how authentic the recorded sound of the coyote is?" OMG...my dog went nuts when I played it!! Max was looking all over the house for the critter sounds coming out of my computer speakers. His neck hairs were ruffed up, and he was barking with quiet "woof" sounds of his own. Too funny!!! As you can tell, I'm easily entertained (LOL!)
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