Spring Peepers and Autumn Pipers. An audio podcast celebrating the calling behavior of Spring Peepers, Pseudacris crucifer. © Lang Elliott, 2016. Featuring recording made by the author. Please play at a low volume to simulate a natural listening experience.
Hi all! Here is a brand new podcast prototype … Spring Peepers and Autumn Pipers … a 13-minute celebration of the calling behavior of the Spring Peeper, Pseudacris crucifer, but with a fun little twist. This is the second in a series of podcast experiments that will help me home-in on a suitable style of presentation.
Hope you like it! My voice is a little rough (a result of my throat cancer treatment), but it seems workable. Rough but lower in pitch, and perhaps a little warmer than my previous sound. This might actually be a good thing.
As always, I’d love to hear your reaction, especially with regard to the overall feel of the podcast. It is topic oriented, so there’s lots of information being presented. Nonetheless, I’m hoping it will be perceived as friendly, accessible, artful, and just plain fun.
So what’ya think? Please join in the conversation below!
Below is a photo of the habitat around Ladyslipper Pond near Ithaca, New York. This is the site where I recorded most of my examples of autumn calling:
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