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Episode 86: Autumn Day Beside Bear Creek

Wed, 13 Oct 2021

This recording was gathered on a brisk autumn day in the Trinity Mountains beside Bear Creek in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Trinity County, California. Light wind blows steadily through the trees above as the creek trickles by. Listen for the sound of Dark Eyed Juncos fluttering around in the nearby trees about ten minutes into the recording.


I made a previous attempt at gathering a recording in this area a few days before this, but it is was a holiday weekend during hunting season and the sound of distant gunshots could be heard on the recording I made that day. So I returned to the area on a weekday and was fortunate to obtain this recording which is free from the unpleasant, if not disturbing, sound of gunfire.


Sound By Nature is independently produced and is made possible in part by contributions from listeners like you. If you appreciate natural sound that has been thoughtfully gathered and is entirely free from advertising and loops, please support this podcast. I could really use your help! Your contribution will be used to help cover the cost of bringing you these recordings and ensure the production of future episodes of the podcast. You can become a monthly supporter by clicking the support link at the end of this podcast description, or by visiting https://soundbynaturepodcast.com/donations/, where you will also have the option of making a one time donation. Any and all help is greatly appreciated. You can also help by rating and reviewing the podcast on Apple Podcasts, I really enjoy hearing what you think!


I am so grateful for my monthly supporters and those of you that have made a one time donation. Your contributions really help and are enabling me to continue providing all my listeners with these recordings.


If you'd like to see pictures of the area this was recorded, as well as pictures from other locations I have gathered recordings, please check out the Instagram and Facebook pages for the podcast. You can find them by searching @soundbynaturepodcast. And if you have any questions or comments about the podcast you can email me at soundbynaturepodcast@gmail.com.


I really hope you enjoy this recording. Whether you use it to help ease the stress of a busy day, achieve a meditative state of mind, breathe through a yoga session, drift off to a restful night of sleep, or whatever you choose to do while you listen, I hope it benefits you in some way. Thank you very much for listening, and please get vaccinated if you are able and haven't already so that we may put this dreadful pandemic behind us. Stay healthy, stay safe, stay sound.



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Episode 85: Footbridge Over the McCloud River

Sun, 03 Oct 2021

This was recorded on the Pacific Crest Trail footbridge over the McCloud River in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Shasta County, California. It was a warm, clear, and beautiful day in the deep and densely forested canyon which this stretch of the river flows through. 


Sound By Nature is independently produced and is made possible in part by contributions from listeners like you. If you appreciate natural sound that has been thoughtfully gathered and is entirely free from advertising, please support this podcast. I could really use the help! Your contribution will be used to help cover the cost of bringing you these recordings and ensure the production of future episodes of the podcast. You can become a monthly supporter by clicking the support link at the end of this podcast description, or by visiting https://soundbynaturepodcast.com/donations/, where you will also have the option of making a one time donation. Any and all help is greatly appreciated. You can also help by rating and reviewing the podcast on Apple Podcasts, I really enjoy hearing what you think!


I am so grateful for my monthly supporters and everyone that has made a one time donation. Your contributions help a lot and are enabling me to continue providing all my listeners with these recordings. Recently, I was able to purchase new high quality audio cables with your donations, thank you to everyone that pitched in!!!


If you'd like to see pictures of the area this was recorded, as well as pictures from other locations I have gathered recordings, please check out the Instagram and Facebook pages for the podcast. You can find them by searching @soundbynaturepodcast. And if you have any questions or comments about the podcast you can email me at soundbynaturepodcast@gmail.com.


I really hope you enjoy this recording. Whatever you use it for, I hope it brings you peace and benefits you in some small way. Thank you very much for listening, and please get vaccinated if you are able and haven't already, so that we may put this dreadful pandemic behind us. Stay healthy, stay safe, stay sound.



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Episode 84: Wind in Quaking Aspen at Summer's End

Wed, 22 Sep 2021

This recording was gathered at the very end of summer in a stand of Quaking Aspen at Bigelow Meadow Botanical Area in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Siskiyou County, California. It was a clear, sunny, and breezy afternoon at the start of this very long recording, with the wind calming down towards the end, and as sunset drew near tree crickets began to sing. There is a little air traffic in this episode, but it is to be expected on such a long recording in this part of the state.


Sound By Nature is independently produced and is made possible in part by contributions from listeners like you. If you appreciate natural sound that has been thoughtfully gathered and is entirely free from advertising, I hope that you will consider supporting the podcast. I could really use the help! Your contribution will be used to help cover the cost of providing you these recordings and ensure the production of future episodes of the podcast. You can become a monthly supporter by clicking the support link at the end of this podcast description, or by visiting https://soundbynaturepodcast.com/donations/, where you will also have the option of making a one time donation. Any and all help is greatly appreciated. You can also help by rating and reviewing the podcast on Apple Podcasts, I really enjoy hearing what you think!


I am so grateful for my monthly supporters and everyone that has made a one time donation. Your contributions help a lot and are enabling me to continue providing you all with these recordings. Thank you!!!


If you'd like to see pictures of the area this was recorded, as well as pictures from other locations I have gathered recordings, please check out the Instagram and Facebook pages for the podcast. You can find them by searching @soundbynaturepodcast. And if you have any questions or comments about the podcast you can email me at soundbynaturepodcast@gmail.com.


I truly hope you enjoy this or any of my recordings. Whether you use it to help you ease the stress of a busy day, achieve a meditative state of mind, breathe through a yoga session, or drift off to a restful night of sleep, I really hope it benefits you in some way. Thank you very much for listening, and please get vaccinated if you are able and haven't already so that we may put this dreadful pandemic behind us. Stay healthy, stay safe, stay sound.



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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soundbynature/support

Episode 83: Late Summer Rain

Sun, 19 Sep 2021

This was recorded near the end of summer in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Shasta County, California. It was the first significant rain we received in Northern California for quite some time and provided a welcome relief from the wildfire smoke that has been lingering in the area for much of the summer. I gathered this recording on the first day the forest reopened after it had been closed for nearly a month due to numerous wildfires burning throughout the state, a lack of resources to fight any new fires, and extreme fire danger caused in large part by an ongoing drought throughout much of the western United States. It was very nice to be back in the forest after such a long closure.


Sound By Nature is independently produced and is made possible in part by contributions from listeners like you. If you appreciate natural sound that has been thoughtfully gathered and is entirely free from advertising, I hope that you will consider supporting the podcast. I could really use the help! Your contribution will be used to help cover the cost of providing you these recordings and ensure the production of future episodes of the podcast. You can become a monthly supporter by clicking the support link at the end of this podcast description, or by visiting https://soundbynaturepodcast.com/donations/, where you will also have the option of making a one time donation. Any and all help is greatly appreciated. You can also help by rating and reviewing the podcast on Apple Podcasts, I really enjoy hearing what you think!


I am so grateful for my monthly supporters and everyone that has made a one time donation. Your contributions help a lot and are enabling me to continue providing you all with these recordings. Thank you!!!


If you'd like to see pictures of the area this was recorded, as well as pictures from other locations I have gathered recordings, please check out the Instagram and Facebook pages for the podcast. You can find them by searching @soundbynaturepodcast.


I truly hope you enjoy this or any of my recordings. Whether you use it to help you ease the stress of a busy day, achieve a meditative state of mind, breathe through a yoga session, or drift off to a restful night of sleep, I really hope it benefits you in some way. Thank you very much for listening, and please get vaccinated if you are able and haven't already so that we may put this dreadful pandemic behind us. Stay healthy, stay safe, stay sound.



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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soundbynature/support

Episode 82: Summer Afternoon Beside Squaw Valley Creek

Sun, 22 Aug 2021

This recording was gathered on a summer afternoon beside Squaw Valley Creek in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Shasta County, California. Squaw Valley Creek originates from springs above the tree line high on Mount Shasta then descends the mountain and makes it's way into the deep, forested, and shady canyon where this was recorded. It was a beautiful summer day, though a bit smoky from the numerous large wildfires burning throughout Northern California at the time of recording. 


If you like what you hear and want to support the production of future episodes, please donate- https://soundbynaturepodcast.com/donations/


Thank you supporters and everyone that has donated to the podcast, your contributions make this possible and ensure the production of future episodes. I am so grateful for your help!


To see pictures and video of the spot this recording was gathered, as well pictures from other locations I have gathered recordings, check out my Instagram page- @soundbynaturepodcast


I really hope you enjoy this or any of my recordings. Whether you use them to help you achieve a meditative state of mind, ease the stress of a busy day, breathe through a yoga session, or drift off to a restful night of sleep, I really hope it benefits you in some way. Thank you very much for listening, and please get vaccinated if you are able and haven't already. Stay healthy, stay safe, stay sound.



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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soundbynature/support

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