Thread: The Sounds of the Natural World

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    The Sounds of the Natural World

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    There are some live bird table cams on YouTube that I regularly listen to and watch, although s. ometimes I have to stop because they can get quarrelsome and bullying. At such times I go for waves on a beach, or even ships passing into the Great Lakes at Port Huron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philg View Post
    There are some live bird table cams on YouTube that I regularly listen to and watch, although sometimes I have to stop because they can get quarrelsome and bullying. At such times I go for waves on a beach, or even ships passing into the Great Lakes at Port Huron.
    Please share some of these with us, Phil... and everyone else too. This thread isn't meant just for me!


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    The Cornell set of cams is best for close up views of bird tables and nests, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZX...6NpR-eH_gdDwYA and the DCL one is a nice one for general nature sounds in a woodland setting, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjd...gAV-8NKE0Yl7kQ For humming birds, this one is pretty good, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK9...maAccZqCgeOw4w.

    If you like watching ships go by on rivers, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrt...5tMlVXdMDzOMUA has a good collection, and for trains, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOI...1N2BvrsBjhNlag. Most of these are in the US because they are still in the light when evenings here in the UK are dark, although there a few good cams here too.

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    Thanks, Phil.

    Here are some dancing Royal Albatrosses in New Zealand.

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