Audio: Rocky Mountain National Park Sound Library Released Online, Over 210 Recordings Available
This extensive acoustic catalog contains over 210 recordings of more than 60 bird species, natural soundscapes, and wildlife vocalizations including elk, coyotes, western chorus frogs and even a pine squirrel. All the recordings were collected in the park by Dr. Jacob Job, a researcher with Colorado State University and the NPS Natural Sounds & Night Skies Division.
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See Also: Yellowstone National Park Sound Library
See Also: National Park Service Sound Gallery
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