Whales, Wolves, and Eagles of Glacier Bay
Recordist/Credit: Bernie Krause
A Biophony™ Album
An astonishing sound-led journey through Southeastern Alaska. This album features the first recorded complete sequences of humpback whales bubble-netting, the powerful rumble of a glacier (from deep inside) as it inches slowly toward the sea, and killer whales attacking a humpback.
Birds: Cormorant, bald eagle, murre, Swainson's thrush, varied thrush, marbled murrlet, killdeer, gulls (mew, glaucous), western grebe, Canada geese, scoter, Goldeneye, bufflehead, merganser, mourning dove, gray & stellar jays, northwestern crow, raven, American robin, water pipit, yellow warbler, rock ptarmigan, Wilson's warbler, junco, red-winged blackbird, pine grosbeak, semi-palmated plover, ruby-crowned kinglet. Mammals: humpback whale, orca, grizzly bear, wolves. Insects: various types of cicadas, crickets and flies
WHALES, WOLVES, AND EAGLES OF GLACIER BAY
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This is a high-quality zipped album delivered in 192 kpbs MP3 format. This can be listened to on your home computer, burned to a CD, or carry it with you on your iPod or other MP3 player.