Animal sound recordings

This set consists of digitized sound recordings of animal sound (mostly birds), which were produced and published for purposes of popular entertainment, teaching, hunting, and scientific research in ornithology and bioacoustics. The collection includes recordings gathered and digitized by historians of science Jackson Pope, Joeri Bruyninckx, and Alexandra Hui. The majority of recordings was produced between 1950 and 1975 by professional and semi-professional field recordists in the United States, Canada, and Britain.  

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Gorst, Charles. 1915. “Songs And Calls Of Our Native Birds No. 3”. 17735-A. RCA Victor.
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Barklow, William, and Robert J. Lurtsema. 1980. “Voices Of The Loon”. North American Loon Fund and the National Audubon Society.
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1977. “The Wrens”. A Guided Tour Of The Voices Of Over 40 Species In Perhaps The Ultimate Songbird Family. Gainesville, Florida: Published privately by John William and Carol K. Hardy.
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Borror, Donald J., and William W.H. Gunn. 1963. “Sounds Of Nature Vol. 8”. Thrushes, Wrens, & Mockingbirds Of Eastern North America. Federation of Ontario Naturalists.
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Barker, Nelson W., and Florence B. Barker. n.d. “Bird Songs Of Southeastern Minnesota”. Tom Jones Recordings.
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Davis, L. Irby. 1958. “Mexican Bird Songs”. Ithaca: Cornell University Records.
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Alexander, Richard D., and Donald J. Borror. 1958. “The Songs Of Insects”. Ithaca NY: Cornell University Records.
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Kellogg, Peter Paul, and Arthur A. Allen. 1953. “Voices Of The Night ”. The Calls Of 34 Frogs And Toads Of The United States And Canada . Ithaca NY: Cornell University Records.
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Fassett, Jim, and Peter Paul Kellogg. 1953. “Music And Bird Songs”. Sounds From Nature With Commentary And Analysis . Ithaca NY: Cornell University Records.
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Stillwell, Jerry, and Norma Stillwell. n.d. “Bird Songs Of Dooryard, Field And Forest (No. 1)”. Old Greenwich, Conn.: Flicker Recording Service.