Camp Alarm Clock © MP3
At early daybreak in late summer, a morning reveille of two ravens, two chickadees and a blue jay give a rousing chorus. At this time of year, the migratory birds that start the morning singing have left for warmer places. This was recorded on a point of granite and towering white pine, which jutted out into the lake dividing a small bay. The soil beneath our feet is a variable carpet of spongy–soft sound absorbent pine needles. One raven calls noisily whose echoes can be heard off the cliff across the bay. The other raven, barely audible, talks in the background with soft "bonks" and "tonks". This soundscape was released on the "Spiritual Serendipities" CD. Digital field recording.
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