Sound By Nature

Episode 34: Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge- Winter Morning

Episode 34: Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge- Winter Morning

This episode was recorded on a clear and calm February morning at the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge in Siskiyou County, California. Located on the border with California and Oregon, Lower Klamath NWR was established by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1908 as the first waterfowl refuge in the United States, and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965. From Wikipedia: "The refuge includes shallow freshwater marshes, open water, grassy uplands, and croplands that are intensively managed to provide foraging and breeding habitat for waterfowl and other animals. The market hunting of migratory birds in the late 19th century created the need for preservation and creation of a wildlife refuge."  There is a Facebook page for the podcast, search Sound By Nature to find it and see pictures from the area this episode was recorded, as well as some of the other areas I've recorded. While you're there, like and follow it to stay updated and see pictures from future recording outings. I'll be posting episodes on the page as well, please feel free to comment and tell me what you like or dislike about the podcast. Thanks to those of you who have already done so, your likes and comments are greatly appreciated! If you've ever wanted to be first at something, here's your chance! Be my first supporter! You can do so by going to my podcast page at and clicking support this podcast, or by clicking the support link at the end of this podcast description.  I would really like to continue bringing you natural sounds recorded on location, and I would love to improve the sound quality to provide you with quieter, more nuanced soundscapes.  Your support will help me do just that. If you don't have the means for monetary support, you can also support the podcast by rating and reviewing it on Itunes, or just by telling a friend who would appreciate it. Thank you for your support of any kind, and thank you for for listening! --- Support this podcast:

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