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Listening to the wild

August 28, 2015
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Listening to the wildIt’s all in the sound! The way creatures use sound to communicate, and the evolution of animal sounds, are fascinating subjects. More sophisticated recording equipment and computer analysis using sonograms have
led to great advances in the study of natural sounds.
So the Strath Creek Landcare Group is delighted to be hosting a presentation by Andrew Skeoch in Broadford
on Friday 4th September titled Listening to the Wild!

Andrew is a sound recordist, bioacoustic researcher and above all a passionate nature lover and communicator.
He will open your eyes, and ears, to the amazing world of the sounds of nature. All are welcome, but please do reserve your place with Laurie at focusonfauna@gmail.com
For full details click on the flyer at left.

Sound recording workshop

 
On the weekend following Andrew’s presentation, the Australian Wildlife Sound Recording Group is hosting an introductory workshop on Nature Sound Recording run by Andrew, together with Bob Tomkins, at the same venue in Broadford.
For further details download the flyer:
Wildlife Sound Recording workshop.

One Comment leave one →
  1. Susan permalink
    August 28, 2015 9:25 am

    I hope Andrew can tell us why magpies carol all through the night. Is it a protective strategy? A call to let other magpies know some one is on watch?

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