Bird Call Identification and Sound Recording Workshop

The IgoMANGO project at Sharpham invites groups of volunteers from local communities to experience environmental and wildlife conservation through educational workshops. One of these groups is The Prince’s Trust, who provide an important service for out of work 16-25 year olds who volunteer on a weekly basis.

In mid April 2010, Sharpham Sounds delivered a workshop in Bird Call identification, using a hand held sound recorder to go out a record and identify the sounds of birds along a woodland pathway.  The event was a great success and owed a lot of thanks to Nick, who lent his expert ear to help identify the calls.

Please follow the link below and play through the 10 sound files from this event:

http://www.archive.org/details/BirdCallIdentificationRecordingWorkshop

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