Thailand: Rainforest Stream - Album Cover

Rainforest Stream

The relaxing sounds of flowing water in a rainforest stream with background birdsong.

Recording Location: Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand
Habitat: Tropical rainforest
Duration: 71 minutes (3 tracks)
Year of Release: 2015 © All rights reserved
Download Formats: mp3 & FLAC (48kHZ/24bit)


Thailand: Rainforest Stream - Album Cover

Album Description

Kaeng Krachan National Park protects an immense area of wilderness (almost 3000 square kilometres) & is a great place to record sounds and photograph nature. It is teeming with wildlife, including wild elephants, tigers, leopards, bears, gibbons and about 400 species of birds, although they are not all so easy to see!

This album features the serene sounds of a stream flowing through the Thai rainforest with natural ambience of birds and insects in the background. Recorded in Kaeng Krachan National Park in 2014. This album is particularly well-suited for relaxation, tinnitus masking or as a sleeping aid.

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Recording Location

Map - Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand

Track Listing

1. First Light (11:42)
This first track of the album was recorded in the darkness before sunrise. Insects call from surrounding rainforest and a Collared Owlet softly whistles.
2. Dawn (28:53)
As the days brightens, the bird activity increases with Greater Racket-tailed Drongo the main species calling at the beginning of the track. Other bird species on the track include Abbott’s & Puff-throated Babblers, Pin-striped Tit-Babbler, Blue-eared Barbet, Blue Pitta, Laced Woodpecker, Greater Coucal, Green-legged Partridge & White-rumped Shama.
3. Morning (37:00)
This third track is particularly relaxing to listen to. The birds remain active high in the riverside forest and at enough of a distance for their calls to sit in the background, complementing the sounds of the flowing stream.

Species heard on this album include:

Green-legged Partridge, Collared Owlet, Banded Kingfisher, Greater Coucal, Great Hornbill, Blue Pitta, Greater Racket-tailed Drongo, Abbott’s & Puff-throated Babblers, Blue-eared & Green-eared Barbets, Asian Fairy Bluebird, Ochraceous Bulbul, and White-rumped Shama.

Photos from the Recording Location