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Listening with good headphones in a quiet environment is highly recommended. This excerpt (from an unattended overnight to dawn recording) runs from 23:41 to 23:57 (ACDT). Recorded on land of the Kaurna and Ngarrindjeri people that is now a Conservation Park. night frogs

 

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Listening with good headphones in a quiet environment is recommended. (Suggested volume between around 50% to 65%.) This unedited recording begins at 05:19 and ends at 07:36. Nautical twilight at 05:09, civil twilight at 05:38 (at 8’34“), and sunrise at 06:03 (at 43’34“).

Recorded on land of the Meru and Danggali peoples, which is now a private protected area, purchased from pastoral lease in 1997 by BirdLife Australia (see www.gluepot.org/about-gluepot/introduction/). The Reserve is also part of the Riverland Biosphere Reserve and the Riverland Mallee Important Bird Area.

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Arid mallee country is vast and flat. Although this large reserve is brimming with birdlife and bird species, and every dawn is typically rich with bird energy and variety, birds are very widely dispersed throughout the landscape. Recording first light/dawn choruses, here, can be challenging, and the obvious and best choice for a wide perspective of this widely-dispersed activity is to use a pair of sensitive omnidirectional microphones. – hearingbeings

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Recorded during the hour after sunrise. Night and dawn had been quite calm, but the wind picked up quite vigorously, yet peacefully, soothingly, with the rising sun, swirling and soughing through the clusters of the fine needle-leaves of the Sheoaks (and occasionally also through the windjammers of the microphones). Listening with good headphones is recommended. – Soundcloud

*Wind und Weißbrauendrosseln in den Sheoaks

 

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