- A guide to the sounds of common North American wildlife
- Includes an hour-long audio compact disc
- Full-color photographs for each species plus information on range, habitat, and behavior
From the howl of the timber wolf to the chatter of cicadas, the natural world is alive with sound. In this newest audio guide and book from Lang Elliott and NatureSound Studio, the songs, calls, buzzes, rattles, and other sounds of one hundred species are brought together to form a vivid aural portrait of animal life east of the Great Plains. Lavishly illustrated with full-color photographs, it's quite simply a must-have for nature lovers.
About the Author:
Lang Elliott is the owner of NatureSound Studio, a wildlife recording company based in Ithaca, New York. He is also the author of the books Know Your Bird Sounds and, The Calls of Frogs and Toads, and A Guide to Night Sounds.