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- Guide to Animal Sounds on the Net
Organized for easy access.
- Listen to Nature
Features hundreds of sound recordings of birds, insects, mammals, and soundscapes. From the British Library Sound Archive. Also offers an introduction to how, why, and when birds communicate.
- Sounds Made by Chinchillas
Sounds described in detail with audio clips.
- International Bio-Acoustic Council
Promoting international participation throughout the entire field of bioacoustic activity.
- Biosonar: Seeing With Sound
Features bats and their sonar chirps as well as some dolphin sonar clicks. Also describes how biosonar works.
International peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study and recording of animal sounds.
- Museum's Bioacoustic Pages: Between Bioacoustics and Music
Presents examples of animal sounds and vibration signals.
- Animal Bioacoustics
Committee of the Acoustical Society of America Technical. Offers an introduction to animal bioacoustics, the study of sound in non-human animals, and provides links to journals, software, sound libraries, and research labs.
- Raven: Interactive Sound Analysis Software
Raven is a software program for the acquisition, visualization, measurement, and analysis of sounds. Raven comes in several different versions that serve professional researches, museums, students, educators, and hobbyists.
- Sounds of the World's Animals
Explores the way that different languages represent animal sounds. With examples from languages around the world.
- Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Source of animal sound recordings and associated video for basic research, education, conservation and habitat assessment, the media, and commercial projects.