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Not "a" Tawny Owl "screeching" but two youngsters waiting to be fed by their parents. It does indeed go on most of the night.
Fantastic. You seem to use fine timber for heating. Was your recording gear all right with such fire?
These are calls of finches, very probably European greenfinch Carduelis chloris, very common in backyards of towns and in parks.
Superb quality. I ended up downloading two recordings I fell in love with, it turned out to be two of yours! You're doing a good job :)
Nice recording, however it seems like there's some background noise and a peak boost in the higher freq's but the stereo image is very impressive.
very nice and atmospheric ambiance !
so far the best wind in leaves sample I've heard. well done! is hard stuff to isolate the rustle from the compact wind blow. my respects.
see the bird singing
pfiuu a bit too much noise on this one but cool man thx
Really nice, very ambient!
i have been looking for something like this! i love nice long field recordings. great sound!
Beginning sounds like Autobahn !
how cliche, how cool!
For sheer length and directionality, it's a great recording
Thank you very much!!!! : )
I know, that you are the expert and have solved the last mystery bird, too!
There's no mistery about it: It's a Black Redstart [Phoenicurus ochruros], very common in European villages and many town backyards.
very nice, i was looking for an ambiant with not so much on bird's sound, most of them are too heavy on birds its getting so annoying. nice one pal
Gracias por compartirLo he usado aquíhttp://www.jamendo.com/album/69772(Tracks 3 and 14)
Brilliant recording, for Cakel9; the song is Scotland the Brave. Officially the Scottish National Anthem, the unofficial one and more popular is Flower of Scotland.
I love it, makes me want to go there!
Perfect. The next best thing to being there!
Yes, the 50/50 mix : )
Beautiful! Just what I needed. Thank you for sharing.
The river Tay.
Incredible, how few background noise there is. It must have been a sunday morning! Blackbirds even though being very common in German cities are beautiful singers!
What's the noise in the background?
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