Bonus! Lone Coyote Howling In The Night
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by Sound By Nature
6d ago
This was recorded the night prior to the previous episode. I set up two drop rigs on either side of a large meadow the evening before, one of them was a tree ears set up on a Lodgepole Pine and the other was my SAAM mic beneath aspen trees, each of them placed at the edge of the meadow. At around 1:30 am they both captured the sound of this solitary coyote howling. I used a clip from each set up for this, the first was recorded with the tree ears set up and the second was recorded with the SAAM mic ..read more
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165: Beneath Aspens At Meadows Edge
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by Sound By Nature
6d ago
This was recorded on a mostly cloudy morning under Quaking Aspen trees at the edge of a meadow in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Siskiyou County, California. Kelly Rafuse (@soundbynaturepodcast) • Instagram photos and videos Sound By Nature Podcast I hope you enjoy this recording, thank you very much for listening. Stay safe, stay healthy, stay sound ..read more
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164: Peaceful Night In The Forest
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by Sound By Nature
3w ago
This was recorded on a quiet spring night in a Ponderosa Pine dominant forest in the McCloud flats area of Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Siskiyou County, California. The night started of breezy, then gradually became calm and quiet until dawn when birds began to sing. I recently got a job that's going to make it difficult to get out and do as much field recording as I'd like. I still plan to keep sharing recordings with you, but they won't be coming out nearly as frequently as they have in the past. For that reason I have ended monthly support for the podcast through Spotify Podcasting, and ..read more
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163: Gold Bluffs Beach- At The Edge Of The Beach And Forest
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by Sound By Nature
1M ago
This was recorded on cloudy night on the margin between the beach and the forest at Gold Bluffs Beach in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, Humboldt County, California. The wind, blowing offshore, picked up for a short time during the night and is heard blowing through the branches of nearby stunted Sitka Spruce before settling back down to a light, barely audible breeze. A frog chorus is heard in the distance with the roar of the breaking waves ever present. The recording lasts through the night until dawn, when the birds begin to sing and the squirrels begin to chitter. For this recording th ..read more
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162: Gold Bluffs Beach- Low Tide in the Intertidal Zone
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by Sound By Nature
1M ago
This was recorded in early spring on a mostly cloudy morning at Gold Bluffs Beach in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, Humboldt County, California. The wind was light and the ocean surface glassy, and I placed the microphone on a bar of sand and small cobblestones exposed by the low tide, close to the water's edge but beyond the reach of the shorebreak. Do you like the podcast and want to help it get made? You can do just that by making a contribution! Just click one of the following links or the link at the end of this podcast description- ⁠⁠https://soundbynaturepodcast.com/donations ..read more
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161: Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park- Redwood Tree Ears- Dawn In The Forest
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by Sound By Nature
2M ago
This was recorded on a calm early spring morning in Murrelet State Wilderness, Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, Humboldt County, California. The nearby tributary stream of Squashan Creek flowed swiftly in the gully below as birds sang in the early light of dawn. First to sing on this morning was the Varied Thrush, followed by the complex, rapid song of the Pacific Wren. This part of the forest wasn't far from the ocean, and its hushed roar can be faintly heard in the distance. I made this recording tree ears style on a Coast Redwood standing beside the Fischer Grove Trail. Though it wasn't a ..read more
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160: Gold Bluffs Beach- All Night On The High Tide Line
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by Sound By Nature
3M ago
I recorded this on a cloudy night at the beginning of spring on Gold Bluffs Beach in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, Humboldt County, California. The wind was light and blowing offshore, and through the night the tide went from high to low and back to high by morning. The recording started at about 9 p.m. and continues till a bit before sunrise at about 7 a.m. This recording is entirely free of noise pollution. Do you like the podcast and want to help it get made? You can do just that by making a contribution! Just click one of the following links or the link at the end of this podcast de ..read more
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159: Wind In the Grass at McArthur Swamp
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by Sound By Nature
4M ago
This was recorded on a clear and sunny winter afternoon at McArthur Swamp, Shasta County, California. Gusty wind rushed across the grassland, rustling the tall dry grasses and swooshing past their stiff stalks. McArthur swamp is an area of protected wetlands and grasslands adjacent to the Tule River and Ahjumawi Lava Springs State Park located just north of the small town of McArthur. The area provides wintering habitat, essential food, breeding grounds, and nesting areas for waterfowl and other birds, and is an important stopover for migratory birds on the Pacific Flyway. Do you like the po ..read more
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158: Breezy Winter Afternoon Beside Big Lake
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by Sound By Nature
4M ago
I recorded this on a breezy winter afternoon beside Big Lake in the northeast corner of Shasta County, California. The sky started off mostly cloudy with rain showers to the west, but the showers dissipated as they moved eastward towards the lake, and the clouds broke up allowing the sun to shine through. In this episode the constant lapping of small wind waves against the tule lined shore is punctuated by the soft sound of the wind blowing through the bare branches of nearby trees and the gentle rustling of dry grasses. Various species of ducks call as they bob on the surface in large flocks ..read more
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157: January Evening at the Mouth of the Klamath River
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by Sound By Nature
5M ago
This was recorded on a cloudy January evening during an outgoing tide on the beach beside the mouth of the Klamath River in Del Norte County, California. The steady roar of large surf breaking in the distance is punctuated by the waves pushing in against the powerful current of the river and rhythmically crashing against the shore. The river was running high and was colored chocolate brown with the abundance of sediment it was carrying from the recently breached Copco No. 1 dam far upriver near the California-Oregon border. The one-hundred year old dam is the last of four to be breached as par ..read more
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