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The world's largest online nature sounds archive features 8000 hours of animal ...

Grist Magazine

There are a lot of birds — it is an ornithology lab, after all, and one of the reasons for this project was to help people who research birds practice their identification skills. But there are lots of other animals too. Almost 8,000 hours of animal ...

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Cornell digitizes bird song inventory

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Paul Kerlinger from Cape May Bird Observatory, New Jersey Audubon, put together an interesting work of research titled "Birding Economics and Birder Demographics Studies as Conservation Tools." Kerlinger states, "Birders are the ... The largest ...

Gear guide: Serious birders will love this websiteStatesman Journal

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You'll Never Guess Who: Strange Recordings From the Library of Animal Sounds

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Housed at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the Macaulay Library's audio archive contains roughly 150,000 high-resolution recordings, all available online. It's the largest collection of wildlife sounds in the world, and routinely called upon by students ...

 

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Macaulay Library Goes Public

Cornell University The Cornell Daily Sun

“We're at the Lab of Ornithology, but we have recordings of birds, frogs, fish, insects, whales, you name it,” said Mike Webster, director of the Macaulay Library. The library is not like Uris Library or Olin Library, however. At the Lab of Ornithology ...

 

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