Date: June 17, 2015
Time: ~ 7:00am
Location: Lower Slough Creek Patrol Cabin, Yellowstone National Park
Description: The Lower Slough Creek patrol cabin is well off the main road in the northern part of the park. In this recording, you can hear multiple species of birds, as well as the trickle of a nearby stream and the roar of Slough Creek as it pours through a nearby canyon. Wear headphones for the best possible listening experience!
Species Present: n/a
Recording Equipment: Zoom H6 digital audio recorder; On-board omnidirectional microphones
Acknowledgements: This recording was created by Dr. Jacob Job as part of education and outreach efforts by the collaboration between the Sound and Light Ecology Team at Colorado State University and the Natural Sounds and Night Skies Division of the National Park Service. The recording was made under permits issued by the park.
Map Note: The map is centered on the recording location.