Pindaroi Forest Soundscape

Pindaroi Forest Soundscape

En route to another location in northern NSW, I stumbled upon a nice area of forest near a marsh (near Pindaroi) and recorded the following soundscape. It was just before sunset, and banjo frogs, as well as a few other frog species were calling from a nearby marsh. A...
Frog Chorus in the Australian Outback

Frog Chorus in the Australian Outback

Recorded by a small waterhole at Bowra Station in outback Queensland, this recording features the calls of at least four frog species – Litoria peroni, Litoria rubella, Litoria latopalmata & Limnodynastes fletcheri. Here are photos of each of these species...
Frogs at Jenolan Caves

Frogs at Jenolan Caves

Late at night by a small river near the main entrance to Jenolan Caves, NSW, Australia. A number of frog species calling including Peron’s Tree Frogs, Green Stream Frog & Spotted Marsh Frog. Peron’s Treefrog (Litoria peronii) ← Previous Article -...
Morning on the Murrumbidgee River

Morning on the Murrumbidgee River

The Murrumbidgee is Australia’s second longest river, and is home to important eco-systems both above and below it’s flowing waters. Along the banks of the Murrumbidgee, forests of large River Red Gum trees are a haven for wildlife, and provide vital...
Kangaroo Jumping in Stereo!

Kangaroo Jumping in Stereo!

In Wyperfeld National Park, Victoria, a Western Grey Kangaroo jumps past the microphones – listen with headphones to appreciate the full stereo effect! Western Grey Kangaroo (Macropus fuliginosus), Australia ← Previous Article - "Album Release: Sounds...
First Light at Chiltern, Victoria, Australia

First Light at Chiltern, Victoria, Australia

Recorded on a chilly spring morning at dawn in Chiltern-Mount Pilot National Park, Victoria, Australia. I positioned the microphones in a grassy meadow surrounded by box-ironbark woodland. Australian Magpies and Willie Wagtails sing from the meadow while a variety of...
Dawn in Mallee Country

Dawn in Mallee Country

Round Hill & Nombinnie Nature Reserves protect vital mallee habitat in western NSW, Australia. Spring is a great time to visit these areas, and if you can handle the frosty mornings, the intense dawn chorus of the mallee country is amazing. Species recorded...
The Beast of Dunn’s Swamp

The Beast of Dunn’s Swamp

For the early Australian settlers, camping in the bush must have been a frightening experience. With limited knowledge of Australian fauna, their imaginations no doubt ran wild when hearing some of the rather disconcerting sounds of the bush at night – such as...
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