Tropical Rainforest Sounds ACTS Field Station, Peruvian Amazon https://drawingthemotmot.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/amazonrainynight.mp3 …a rainy night in the Amazon jungle… https://drawingthemotmot.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/ochrestripedantpitta.mp3 The calls of an ochre-striped antpitta, recorded in Peru. Dusky titi monkey, Peru. Listen to the sound of a whole troupe... https://drawingthemotmot.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/titimonkeys.mp3 Great tinamou and chick, Panama https://drawingthemotmot.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/greattinamou.mp3 Keelbilled toucan calling: listen to the "warm-up" ratcheting at the start. There's a red-capped manakin displaying nearby. Listen for the snaps and buzzes. Recorded in Panama. https://drawingthemotmot.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/keelbilledwarmsupcalls.mp3 Chestnut-backed antbirds, recorded and sketched in Panama. The squirrel was there, too, an innocent bystander. https://drawingthemotmot.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/chestnutbackedantbird.mp3 Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading...
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After days of searching on the internet, having to avoid youtube due to my school filtering it, I came across this web page and was delighted! I am a primary school teacher and I am doing a topic on the Caribbean and Rainforests. Finding your sounds was fantastic just before I had given up hope of finding something that was not just waves crashing on the shore.
Once again, thank you!
What a wonderful combination sketches with sound. Now if we can only get touch and smell included it would be perfect. Thanks again for sharing!
Happy Exploring, Daryl