Making Noise

I swear I must have adult-onset A.D.D. So after reading Donald Kroodsma’s book, the Singing Life of Birds, my desire to record birdsong has been totally rekindled. The result is that I’ve assigned our ornithology class a field recording project, and in preparation I’ve been spending any free time recording bird sounds and producing sonograms. So, on that note, you should keep an eye out on woodcreeper.com for new audio posts (thanks to the little sound plugin I found at 1 Pixel Out).
This is a recording I made in January while down on the Eastern Shore of Virginia for Rob and Susanna’s Wedding. Specifically, it was at Assateague Island. This one is of a flock of Snow Geese (Chen caerulescens).

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Microphone: Sennheiser ME66
Recorder: Sony MZ-R90 MiniDisc


Here’s a photo of the geese:
Snow Geese (Chen caerulescens) at Assateague

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