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The Geese of Horicon Marsh Fall CD
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"Geese of Horicon Marsh"
5/4/2013 By Annie

We absolutely LOVE this CD. We listen to it in the truck and at night to fall asleep to. It is very high quality and takes us "home" every time we listen to it. Thank you.

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The Geese of Horicon Marsh - Fall CD

 

Living Sound Recordings presents The Geese of Horicon Marsh - Fall CD featuring original digital recordings of pure natural sounds. Relax to The grandeur of the Canadian Geese fall migration. CD includes color graphics and is shipped in shrinkwrap. Explore the sounds of pure nature recordings because there is often more to hear than the eye can see! Horicon - Fall

Each fall, tens of thousands of Canadian geese leave their northern breeding grounds and head for Horicon marsh, one of only 15 sites in the US which is designated as a wetland of international importance. Visitors come to witness this annual event, which is certainly one of the most amazing wildlife spectacles in the Midwest. About 100,000 to 200,000 geese arrive on the marsh around mid-September, staying for 4 to 8 weeks, with the population peaking by late October and departing by early to mid-December. All of the birds on this recording are year-round residents of the marsh.

Horicon marsh is located about 65 miles north of Milwaukee, between I-41 and Hwy 151, with easy access from state highways 33 or 49. The marsh is about 31,000 acres in size. With such abundant wildlife in an extensive wetland, you always have something to do. Activities range from hiking, biking and fishing, to canoeing and naturalist guided programs.

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Living Sound Recordings was founded in Cedarburg, Wisconsin in 1989. Living Sound Recordings uses digital recording equipment with parabolic microphones to capture and record the purist example of a location's soundscape. There are endless uses for these tapes. From easy listening, stress reduction, environmental studies, bird studies, stimuli for pet birds, to sound tracks for videos and music. Owner Dave Livingston is an American Birding Association member and a supporter of the Cornell...

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