Monday, 21 January 2013

World’s largest natural audio and video archive now fully digital and fully online

Check out this blog post by Cornell University on the Macaulay Library archive at the Cornell Laboratory for Ornithology 

Find out how scientists worldwide use the videos and sounds in the archive to support their research. According to this blog post there are nearly 150,000 digital audio recordings dating back to 1929, with about 9,000 species represented. There’s an emphasis on birds, but the collection also includes sounds of whales, elephants, frogs, primates and more. See the Macaulay Library website and listen to and view recordings and videos at