Hi Friends! I’ve just published Meltwater Melodies, an 11-minute binaural podcast recounting my visit to Oregon’s Cascade Mountains high country in mid-June of last year. Please use headphones for an immersive listening experience!
My adventure only lasted a day, but I managed to snag a number of wonderful spacious recordings featuring various birds and frogs, along with the soothing sounds of meltwater brooks. You’ll hear songs and calls of the following: Hermit Thrush, Red-breasted Nuthatch, American Crow, woodpecker drums, Varied Thrush, American Robin, Sierra Chorus Frog, Common Nighthawk, Dark-eyed Junco, and more.
Below is a 13-minute non-narrated version of the final recording in the podcast, for those who just want to relax to the sounds of nature:
Dawn Chorus at a grassy clearing in the Three Sisters Wilderness Area in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon. 6:30am, 20 June 2017. Recorded in the high country along the McKenzie Highway. © Lang Elliott.
I hope you enjoyed this podcast, plus the complementary “pure nature” recording. Please let me know what you think by leaving a comment below. And if you care to make a contribution to help me continue with my rather time-consuming podcast productions, it will be very much appreciated!
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