Sequoia High Country
Recordist/Credit: Bernie Krause & Jack Hines
Over the course of a year, four teams led by Bernie Krause and Stuart Gage (Michigan State University) recorded in all seasons at four different sites at California's Sequoia National Park to capture each site's biophony. Crescent Meadow, which lies at 6,700 feet, was covered by Jack Hines and Bernie Krause. This late spring recording was made in May 2002 and represents the course of an entire day from dawn until after nightfall.
Birds: Hermit Thrush, Pine Siskin, American Robin, Pileated Woodpecker,
Northern Flicker, Brown Creeper, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Black-headed Grosbeak,
Mountain Chickadee, Yellow Warbler, Lincoln Sparrow, White-crowned Sparrow,
Wrentit, Plain Titmouse, Junco, Great-horned Owl, Saw-whet Owl, Red-tailed Hawk,
Cassin's Finch, Crow, Common Raven.
Mammals: Coyote, Mountain Lion,
SEQUOIA HIGH COUNTRY
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