Each year migrating birds, from the tropics, descend upon the North American woodlands enlivening them with their vibrant melodies. The Woodland Birds in Chorus series captures the peak Spring choruses of these Neo tropical and resident birds. These exquisite stereo recordings are untainted by background music.
This volume contains longer tracks recorded during twilight in deeper Eastern forests. Listen to Thrushes, Ovenbirds, Warblers, Woodpeckers, Pewee, Nuthatches, Grouse, and more.
Number of Tracks: 3 Total Run Time: 74:57 Min.
River Valley Dawn: 31:20min.
The river murmurs in the background as the sun rises on a foggy morning. Ruffed Grouse, Oven Birds, Wood Thrush, and Woodpeckers call out. Woodpeckers are knocking on trees throughout. A breeze picks up. Warblers and Vireos start singing all over. American Redstart, Hooded and Black-Throated Green Warblers, Red-Eyed Vireos, Juncos, Nuthatch, Veery, Rufous-Sided Towhee, and Robin are all here among other Vireos and Warblers.
Forest Dreams: 30:17min.
Dawn breaks on a warm, mid-May morning. Dew drips from the trees. Wood Thrush, Oven Birds, Eastern Pewee, and Red-Bellied Woodpecker sing out. The breeze kicks up now and then. Crows fly by. Cardinal, Robin, House Wren, various Vireos and Warblers can be heard. A lone Coyote calls. A peaceful, relaxing morning in the forest.
Woodland Twilight: 13:20min.
Sunset fades into darkness as a river rumbles in the distance. The Wood Thrush, Oven Birds, Veery, Rufous-Sided Towhee, Yellow-Shafted Flicker, House Wren, Chipmunk, Warblers and Vireos join in this evening chorus. The Veerys become very active, flying about, making an untypical call. A Great Horned Owl voices the arrival of darkness. The Veerys continue to call into the darkness.
Adventure Sounds Category. Albums with high dynamic range, which may not be considered relaxing to some.
Bird Songs Category. Albums with sounds of birds.