Relaxing Birds and Frogs
At the edge of the forest and the wetland marsh, there is a variety of habitat that attracts a large cross section of animals in early summer mornings. It’s a busy place! Tall grasses, cat tails, small shrubs, mosses and water contrast with towering firs, white pine, and paper birch. Numerous trillers and warblers make their summer home here. A loon crosses overhead, calling as it passes from one lake to the next. Red-winged blackbirds call from the cattails, chickadees, goldfinches, and blue jays forage the firs. Phoebes like the branches that overhang the grasses and water. Standing dead trees attract the large pileated woodpecker. Other birds in this recording include common yellowthroats, juncos, vireos, grosbeaks, sparrows, ravens and more. Mostly green frogs are heard, though a chorus of raspy wood frogs vie for attention.
Relaxing Birds and frogs is created with a select mixture of early morning summer recordings from where woodland meets wetland. The result is a richly textured, constantly evolving recording with detailed depth and precise stereo separation.
Relaxing Birds and Frogs is perfect for relaxation, morning wake-up music, or for ambience. The recording features a long fade-in at the beginning and a slow fade-out at the end, so there are no sudden disturbing changes in sound volume when played looped. The preview and song are encoded at 192 kps bitrate for better listening quality. Edited and mixed digital field CD-length stereo recording.
Audio length: 64:38 minutes, File size: 90.9 MB