Resources for media and press use

Audio clips for radio programming, with notes and timings.

The Listening Earth website contains additional material, including;

Media Audio Clips


Australia:

1. Superb Lyrebird - 0.47 - (intro / a striking example of how vocal behaviour can shape the evolution of a species)
2. Central Vic spring birdsong - 2.05 - (good general intro soundscape)
3. Central Victorian frog chorus - 0.13 - (short frog clip / interlude)
4. Tarkine forest, Tasmania, dawn - 0.40 - (soundscapes and conservation)
5. Pied Butcherbird at 2 a.m., Ormiston Gorge, central Australia - 1.19 - (a highlight recording; a still night, birdsong echoing)
6. Tawny-crowned Honeyeaters at dawn - 2.47 - (another highlight recording; quite ethereal)
7. Grey Fantail song (normal speed) - 0.07 - (birdsong can be amazing when slowed down)
8. Grey Fantail song (slowed 4x) - 0.22


India, Africa, America, Asia...:

9. Indian dawn chorus (Nagarahole National Park) - 0.24 - (sounds we contributed to Disney's recent feature film of 'The Jungle Book')
10. Indian birdsong and Langur Monkeys - 2.07 - (some very exotic birdsong with whooping monkeys)
11. Hippos - 0.44 - (hippos are dangerous and unpredictable, these were recorded at close quarters)
12. Lions - 0.54 - (another tense occasion, but pretty awesome)
13. Woodpeckers drumming in Giant Sequoia Forest, California - 0.53 - (soundcape of habitat threatened by global warming)
14. Gibbons singing in Thai rainforest - 0.24 - (another highlight recording, quite haunting and beautiful)