Sounds in the Woods

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SEPTEMBER - Distant birds and chipmunk chirps muffled by the wind and highway noise. For 2021, I'm going to record at the same location monthly. It is in an oak-maple forest at the base of an ancient sand dune. This is the same park from Episod
Sugar maple and yellow-poplar forest with lots of pawpaw in the midstory - annual cicadas, birds, and distant road noise
AUGUST - Constant annual cicadas and highway noise. For 2021, I'm going to record at the same location monthly. It is in an oak-maple forest at the base of an ancient sand dune. This is the same park from Episode 1.
Bur oak, white oak, and northern red oak plantation with wind, annual cicadas, and crickets
JULY - Birds, cicadas, and a mosquito. For 2021, I'm going to record at the same location monthly. It is in an oak-maple forest at the base of an ancient sand dune. This is the same park from Episode 1.
Lake Superior beach with fallen trees due to record high lake levels last year.
Birds, insects, and the wind.
JUNE - Vocal birds and a bit of rain. At about 21:00 minutes the wind picks up and then it rains for about a minute. For 2021, I'm going to record at the same location monthly. It is in an oak-maple forest at the base of an ancient sand dune. T
Upland forest and emergent wetland ecotone (with a couple of trains) named after Henry Chandler Cowles.
MAY - So many more birds compared to April! Great weather, so busy park. Normally I edit out people as much as possible, however, I had to leave some in around 15 minutes. This was when a particularly vocal bird was near my recorder, fluttered
Stabilized dune, oak savanna with sandhill cranes.
APRIL - More highway noise than birds, but occasional squirrel. For 2021, I'm going to record at the same location monthly. It is in an oak-maple forest at the base of an ancient sand dune. This is the same park from Episode 1.
Dead ash stand on a windy day with creaky trees, sandhill cranes, and crows.
Young, scrubby stand with crows and wind
MARCH - Birds are getting more active, but still highway noise due to lack of leaves. For 2021, I'm going to record at the same location monthly. It is in an oak-maple forest at the base of an ancient sand dune. This is the same park from Episo
In the rain, under a log, next to a lake.
FEBRUARY - Snow amplified highway noise, some birds. For 2021, I'm going to record at the same location monthly. It is in an oak-maple forest at the base of an ancient sand dune. This is the same park from Episode 1.
Oak-hickory forest perched above the Wabash River
JANUARY - Active squirrels throughout. For 2021, I'm going to record at the same location monthly. It is in an oak-maple forest at the base of an ancient sand dune. This is the same park from Episode 1.
A peaceful oak-hickory forest
Scrub-shrub field surrounded by white oak forest (neighboring roosters at 17:00 and construction throughout; needed to change batteries at 10:00 and changed location slightly)
Floodplain boxelder stand (several small airplanes from near by airport).
Upland sugar maple-basswood forest near campus (white-tail deer snorts right after intro).
Moist meadow in a suburban wetland restoration site.
Breezy white pine plantation above a small pond.
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