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  • The society was founded in 1968

    it is the probably the oldest and largest wildlife recording society in the world, with members from most continents.

  • WSRS Members' Winter Field Meeting 8th - 10th December 2017
    WSRS Members' Winter Field Meeting 8th - 10th December 2017

    Geese, swans, ducks, kites and much more, a return visit to WWT Caerlaverock, on the Solway, Dumfriesshire, Scotland

  • Join WSRS

    your subscription will run until December 2018

  • WSRS Members' Annual Sound Recording Competition
    WSRS Members' Annual Sound Recording Competition

    Look out your recordings to enter this years WSRS members' competition. Closing date 31 Dec 2017

A warm welcome to the
Wildlife Sound Recording Society (WSRS).

The Society welcomes anyone who is interested in or has an appreciation of the sounds made by wildlife and the natural world.

Core aims of the society are to:

  • Encourage participation in the collection of these wonderful sounds of the natural world.
  • To help promote the need to understand their meanings.

Through its members, the Society fosters development in:

  • Recording skills and techniques
  • Promoting the study of bioacoustics.

Members of WSRS benefit from learning

  • How to go about recording wildlife sounds,
  • How to find good recording locations,
  • Field craft,
  • Natural Hstory
  • What equipment to use,
  • What to do with your recordings