Storm over the marsh 1. East Poland soundscapes 02/42

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    South-eastern Poland, Poland.

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    Todd, Ian Christopher

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    Recording notes : I captured this extreme sequence from the lee of a clump of waterside willows, and at the time thought that nothing would be worth saving. However, I think that this, and the following soundscape, convey much of the savagery of this ugly storm. As the gale tears across the lakeland, the more persistent birds continue to vocalise. So here, Yellow Bunting, Black-Tailed Godwit, Coot, Little Grebe, Common Redshank, Lapwing, and Black-Headed Gull can be heard above the roar of the wind. The willows rattle in protest as the storm bends them double

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