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124: Binaural Nature Walk- Winter On The Pacific Crest Trail- Butcherknife Creek To Water Strider Creek

Sun, 29 Jan 2023

This was recorded on a cool and clear winter day while walking on the Pacific Crest Trail in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Shasta County, California. The recording starts beside Butcherknife Creek, then follows the trail north to Water Strider Creek. The trail starts off covered in snow, which becomes increasingly patchy, then passes over mostly bare forest floor. It crosses a small stream and a creek as it winds it's way in and out of shady gullies through dense coniferous forest. 


I made this recording on the same day I recorded the previous episode. I set up a microphone beside Water Strider Creek, and while it recorded I hiked south to Butcherknife Creek, then made this recording on my way back. It was a beautiful day and I was very happy to get two recordings to share with you. I hope you enjoy them both!


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Thank you to my current and past monthly supporters, those of you that have made one time donations, and my supporters on Patreon. I truly appreciate your help!


You can see pictures of the area this was recorded, as well as pictures from other locations I have gathered recordings, by visiting the Instagram and Facebook pages for the podcast. You can find them by searching @soundbynaturepodcast.


Questions or comments? Send me a message on Facebook or Instagram, or email me at soundbynaturepodcast@gmail.com


I really hope you enjoy this recording. Thank you for listening. Stay healthy, stay safe, stay sound.



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123: Winter Day Beside Water Strider Creek

Sat, 28 Jan 2023

This was recorded on clear and cool winter day beside Water Strider Creek on the Pacific Crest Trail in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Shasta County, California. I set the microphone up on the edge of the small creek where it crosses the trail in a deep and heavily forested gully.


While this was recording I hiked down the trail to Butcherknife Creek, then made a binaural recording as I walked back to Water Strider Creek. You can hear that recording in the next episode.


I could really use your support. Please consider helping this podcast get made by making a donation, becoming a Patreon supporter, or becoming a monthly supporter through Anchor. You can do so by visiting the following links-


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You can become a monthly supporter at Anchor by clicking the link at the end of this podcast description.


Thank you to my current and past monthly supporters, those of you that have made one time donations, and my supporters on Patreon. I truly appreciate your help!


You can see pictures of the area this was recorded, as well as pictures from other locations I have gathered recordings, by visiting the Instagram and Facebook pages for the podcast. You can find them by searching @soundbynaturepodcast.


Questions or comments? Send me a message on Facebook or Instagram, or email me at soundbynaturepodcast@gmail.com


I really hope you enjoy this recording. Thank you for listening. Stay healthy, stay safe, stay sound.



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122: Douglas Fir Tree Ears On A Rainy Winter Night- Part 2

Mon, 16 Jan 2023

This episode picks up where the previous episode left off on a rainy winter night in the forest near the Pacific Crest Trail in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Shasta County, California. In this second part of the recording the wind picks up and the rain falls more heavily as the night passes by and morning draws near. 


I could really use your support. Please consider helping this podcast get made by making a donation, becoming a Patreon supporter, or becoming a monthly supporter through Anchor. You can do so by visiting the following links-


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You can become a monthly supporter at Anchor by clicking the link at the end of this podcast description.


Thank you to my current and past monthly supporters, those of you that have made one time donations, and my supporters on Patreon. I truly appreciate your help!


You can see pictures of the area this was recorded, as well as pictures from other locations I have gathered recordings, by visiting the Instagram and Facebook pages for the podcast. You can find them by searching @soundbynaturepodcast.


Questions or comments? Send me a message on Facebook or Instagram, or email me at soundbynaturepodcast@gmail.com


I hope you enjoyed this recording, and thank you very much for listening. Stay healthy, stay safe, stay sound.



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121: Douglas Fir Tree Ears On A Rainy Winter Night- Part 1

Sun, 15 Jan 2023

This recording was gathered on a rainy winter night in the dense forest near the Pacific Crest Trail in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Shasta County, California. The wind was calm and the rain fell steadily on the snowy forest floor. This is the first part of an all night recording. During the second part of the night the wind picks up and the rain becomes heavier; you can hear it in the next episode. 


I made this by using the tree ears recording technique, in which a microphone is placed on either side of the trunk of a tree, in this case a Douglas Fir. I protected the microphones from the rain by making a little cover using boughs from the recently downed top half of a nearby Ponderosa Pine, which had been broken off by powerful winds during one of the many strong storms that recently battered the area. I set up the mics and recorder just before dark, then came back and retrieved them the following morning. Upon my return I was very happy to find everything dry and unharmed by the rain. 


At 1:06:24 you will hear a tree fall in the distance, if you listen closely.


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Thank you to my current and past monthly supporters, those of you that have made one time donations, and my supporters on Patreon. I truly appreciate your help!


You can see pictures of the area this was recorded, as well as pictures from other locations I have gathered recordings, by visiting the Instagram and Facebook pages for the podcast. You can find them by searching @soundbynaturepodcast.


Questions or comments? Send me a message on Facebook or Instagram, or email me at soundbynaturepodcast@gmail.com


I really hope this recording brings you a little peace and provides you with a brief respite from the many stresses of everyday life. Thank you very much for listening. Stay healthy, stay safe, stay sound.



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Bonus! Listening Back On 2022

Mon, 26 Dec 2022

This is a compilation of all the recordings from this past year. I chose one minute from episode 91 through 120, including bonus episodes, and compiled them in the order they were released to make this episode. 


Thank you so much for listening this year. I really enjoyed gathering these recordings this past year, and I look forward to gathering many more in the coming year. I hope you look forward to listening to them!


I'd like to give a special thanks to my monthly supporters on Anchor and Patreon, and to those of you that made one time donations. Your help is greatly appreciated, and is truly helping to keep this podcast going. Thank you so very much for your support!



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