The Wildlife Sound Recording Society does not condone the use of 'call down' (playback of recorded sounds in the field in order to attract birds) except for bona fide scientific research.

Sound Library

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  Title Species Country Location Details Recordist
listenEuropean Tree Frogs at NightEuropean Tree From
Hyla arborea
Poland, Urszulin Ian Todd
listenSpotted FlycatcherSpotted Flycatcher
Muscicapa striata
EnglandCumbria, Ennerdale binaural Sennheiser 105Roger Boughton
listenPied FlycatcherPied Flycatcher
Ficedula hypoleuca
ScotlandInverness, Kessick Parabola Sennheiser 105Roger Boughton
listenPipistrelle BatPipistrelle
Pipistrellus sp
EnglandSussex, Pagham, coastal lane bordered by arable fields, close to Pagham Harbour Heterodyne Bat Detector @ 45kHzCheryl Tipp
listenPipistrelle BatPipistrelle
Pipistrellus sp
EnglandSussex, Pagham, coastal lane bordered by arable fields, close to Pagham Harbour Heterodyne Bat Detector @ 45kHzCheryl Tipp
listenPipistrelle BatPipistrelle
Pipistrellus sp
EnglandSussex, Pagham, coastal lane bordered by arable fields, close to Pagham Harbour Heterodyne Bat Detector @ 45kHzCheryl Tipp
listenPalearctic Coastal LagoonMallards Coots Black-headedGullsEnglandSussex, Pagham, Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve MM-BSM-9 binaural stereo microphones, Marantz PMD620 Solid State RecorderCheryl Tipp
listenBarnacle GeeseBarnacle Goose
Branta leucopsis
ScotlandDumfriesshire, Caerlaverock Roger Boughton
listenBitternBittern
Botaurus stellaris
EnglandLancashire, Leighton Moss Roger Boughton
listenHoneyeaters, Fraser IslandHoneyeater spAustraliaFraser Island Roger Boughton
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