The chilling screams of the Red Fox, the rutting calls of the Fallow Deer, and the rumbling growls of the Badger are just a few of the sounds featured in this publication. This identification guide from the British Library presents a comprehensive collection of recordings that will help listeners learn how to identify the sounds of British mammals.
It includes the calls of species such as the Red Deer, Red Squirrel, and Grey Seal that are celebrated hallmarks of the British landscape. It also features the sounds of our more secretive mammals such as the Otter, Yellow-necked Mouse and Pine Marten.
©2009 The British Library Board (P)2009 The British Library Board
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"Who knew mammals made so much noise?"
Not the worst, not the best.
hearing red squirrels, rabbits and bats.
Yes I've heard others and it's the same, just announcing each mammal. Nothing else to do.
although birds are my interest, it's good to hear a book showcasing the sounds of Mammals that we wouldn't usually hear otherwise.
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