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A weekly Birds, Nature and Science podcast featuring Rob Porter, Andrés Jiménez and Kenneth Eckle
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Barn Swallows, House Sparrows, and domestic fowl have some very different sounding territories. This unique episode is a soundscape of a barn in Carluke, Ontario. Listener survey: https://songbirding.com/survey Credits Recorded, engineered, nar
The winter of 2020-2021 is gearing up to be an important season for winter finches. In this special, the sounds of the various kinds of winter finches are reviewed. Credits Recorded, engineered, narrated and created by Rob Porter. Creative Comm
🎃🦉🦉🎃 A dusk walk amongst some Great Horned Owls.. and some other creatures of the night! Credits Recorded, engineered, narrated and created by Rob Porter. Creative Commons music by Scott Buckley - https://www.scottbuckley.com.au/ Support Yo
A near two-week pause on seasonable weather has lead to a heavily backlogged spring migration. The first day of moderate temperatures brought with it rain, but also Rose-breasted Grosbeaks, Veeries, and various warblers. For those with high-fre
It's late May and I'm out looking for birds along the Huron Fringe -- an area on the eastern shore of Lake Huron, one of the Great Lakes of North America. Credits Recorded, engineered, narrated and created by Rob Porter. Songbirding Cover Art (
It's a new year, which means the start of a new "year list". Credits Recorded, engineered, narrated and created by Rob Porter. Songbirding Cover Art (Blackburnian Warbler) by Lauren Helton: https://tinylongwing.carbonmade.com/projects/5344062 C
There are a number of migration hotspots along the north shore of Lake Erie in Ontario. One of those is Long Point Provincial Park. In this unprecedented year, nearly all of these locations were closed for the vast majority of migration season.
There's a short window of a couple weeks per year when one can hear the song of the Tennessee Warbler in Southern Ontario, and on this May morning at Fifty Point Conservation Area there were no shortage of these high-pitched songsters. For thos
In between the cities of Hamilton and Burlington lies the urban nature sanctuary of Cootes Paradise, a haven for both breeding and migrating bird species. For those with high-frequency hearing loss, you may alternatively download to "Songbirdin
(For International Podcast Month) What are the challenges of recording a podcast in natural spaces? Join "Songbirding" host Rob Porter on a hike while he talks about hazards to good quality field recordings, tips and tricks for both recordists
The autumn migration is not a great time for hearing full birdsongs, but birding-by-ear is still possible, and useful to help you find all kinds of migrant species. For those with high-frequency hearing loss, you may alternatively download to "
The Cape May Warbler is a species those of us in southern Ontario get to hear singing once a year, during spring migration. For those with high-frequency hearing loss, you may alternatively download to "Songbirding Under 5kHz". Credits Recorded
The Killdeer is one of the most vocal bird species in North America. It may not technically be a songbird, but it will not go anywhere unheard. For those with high-frequency hearing loss, you may alternatively download to "Songbirding Under 5kH
Exploring the Fifty Point Conservation Area more thoroughly bring sundry songs of Baltimore Orioles, Blue-grey Gnatcatchers, Chipping Sparrows, and more. For those with high-frequency hearing loss, you may alternatively download to "Songbirding
More Season 3 episodes coming soon. In the meantime, here's a soundscape of a Mourning Warbler, and a few other species, recorded on June 6, 2020 at the Robertson Tract in Halton Region, Ontario.
House Wren, Blue-grey Gnatcatchers, Pine Warblers, Northern Parula, Blue-headed Vireos and more have flooded into the Waterdown Wetlands in this first migration wave of May. For those with high-frequency hearing loss, you may alternatively down
Ruby-crowned Kinglets are a tiny, fast bird that is often only captured as a blur on any given birder's camera. Here its song has been captured, while migrating through Burlington, Ontario along the shore of Hamilton Harbour. For those with hig
A brief hike in Westover, Ontario where the Eastern Towhee and Field Sparrow are encountered. Also, a brief recording of Eastern Towhee in the Dundas Valley. Credits Recorded, engineered, narrated and created by Rob Porter. Music from https://f
A birding walk through Johnson Tew Park in Greensville, including Song and Savannah Sparrow, Indigo Bunting, Red-winged Blackbird, and an elusive Orchard Oriole. Credits Recorded, engineered, narrated and created by Rob Porter. Music from https
A preview of Season 2, "Songbirding: Midsummer", starting March 2, 2020.Support Songbirding by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/songbirdingFind out more at http://songbirding.com
Experience birding by ear in this relaxed-pace acoustic exploration of bird habitats in the Great Lakes region. Premieres on October 14, 2019. Excerpts from (in order of appearance in episode): Episode 5, "The Juniper Flats, Part 1" along the
Due to some unusual weather events this year, there were a couple occasions for a "fallout" event locally at the Fifty Point Conservation Area. For those with high-frequency hearing loss, you may alternatively download to "Songbirding Under 5kH
At the end of the day, we listen to the last songs of the summer solstice of 2022 in Johnston Harbour, Ontario. Additional recommended listening: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/songscapes-835352/episodes/whip-poor-will-39174454 Credits Song
It's late afternoon during the summer solstice of 2021, a time of the day when the birds are singing at a slower, more relaxed pace in the quiet soundscape of the Bruce Peninsula National Park in Ontario, Canada. Credits Songbirding was recorde
There are limitless locations where one can observe songbirds in the Great Lakes region. Join me as I explore a selection of these natural spaces; you can learn how to identify birds by songs and calls, and you might also find yourself relaxing
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