Calls of the Tree Swallows, Sandhill Cranes, and Geese

Here’s my own audio file.  First and last you hear the geese (of course); after about 4 seconds you hear tree swallows sounding like hundreds of bees buzzing and mice squeaking; then you hear the sandhill cranes:

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11 Responses to Calls of the Tree Swallows, Sandhill Cranes, and Geese

  1. penpusherpen says:

    fantastic audio experience, Monica, I kept playing it over and over again… The Geese start off the orchestral overture, backed up by the chprus of the tree swallows, … then in sweep the Maestros, majestic methinks… I am a happy bunny. !! xPenx..

  2. gita4elamats says:

    Wow, beautiful!🙂

  3. giselzitrone says:

    Beautifol wünsche dir einen schönen sonnigen Tag Grüße von mir. Gislinde

  4. Beautifully put together Monica, a veritable orchestra of nature.
    Ian

  5. Monica says:

    Thanks so much, Ian – spring’s wind instruments!

  6. SandySays1 says:

    Listening to the sand hill cranes haunting cries has been a part of my humans 72 years in Florida. Going camping isn’t complete without an “Ironhead” (Cracker nick-name for the cranes) alarm clock going off.

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