A Guide to Night SoundsFeaturing the Voices of 100 Night Active Birds, Frogs, Insects, Mammals and Reptiles
Immersive 3D Audio – Please Wear Headphones
Of all the sounds nature, the mysterious voices of the night enthrall us beyond compare. Who has not been moved by the distant hoots and screams of owls, the incessant croaks and peeps of frogs, the deafening trills and scrapes of insects, and the snorts, howls, grunts and whines of mammals and other denizens of the night?
Much of our fascination stems from the fact that night-active animals are rarely seen. We are excited by their voices, but struggle to identify the sound-makers themselves. When eerie and unsettling sounds spring forth unexpectedly from the darkness, our imaginations may run wild, the creature-sounds transforming into ghostly utterances that leave our hearts pounding in fearful anticipation.
With the help of this guide, you will learn to identify an amazing assortment of night sounds and you will become familiar with the animal musicians and their lives. As your knowledge expands, your appreciation will grow, and your night sound experience will soon become richer than you ever imagined … walks among friends … beloved birds, frogs, insects and mammals who greet you with familiar voices as you encounter them in the dark of the night!
Interested in learning more? Please join me now on this unique and exciting journey into the night!
How to Use This Guide:
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