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Here are some (bio-)acoustical links from all over the world. Sites from members you find here .

Animal Bioacoustics (Acoustical Society of America) technical specialty groups: whales, dolphins & signal processing.  
Bat Conservation International  
Bat Detector pages: Tony Messina's bat detector schematics. 
More links on websounds-page
Bat Ecology and Bioacoustics Laboratory, Bristol University  
Bat Echolocation and Bat Detectors some nice pictures & FAQ. The Belfry Bat Detector is a low cost alternative to getting started in bat detecting. 
'Bioacoustics' the journal's homepage. 
Borror Laboratory of Bioacoustics catalog of sound recordings in the collection: birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fishes and insects. 
Bioacoustics Home Page: Cornell Bioacoustics Research Program
Bioakustika  
birdid.no: quizzes for testing, training and competition on recognition of birdsounds and photo's.
Birding Mnemonics and Phonetics  
Bird Links to the World now exceeds 2000 links! 
Bird names translation in nine languages: Latin (scientific name), Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Swedish and Russian
BirdSong Mnemonics  
Bird Songs from Cornell Lab of Ornithology several sounds and graphics available. 
British Library National Sound Archive (NSA) a large library of wildlife sounds. Catalogue of 100,000 animal recordings, with 6,900 bird species. 
CD-& CD-ROM Birdsounds webshop with a large collection of wildlife sounds. 
Center for Bioacoustics: links to sound samples, Natural Sound Archive & other sites. 
Centro Interdisciplinare di Bioacustica - Pavia University, Italy insects, fish, amphibians, mammals and cetaceans. In particular info about instruments for sound recording and analysis. 
Computer Software Archives for the Study of Animal Behavior (CSASAB)  
Cornell Lab of Ornithology Bioacoustics Research Program. 
Crossbills Audiovisual Guide What is the crossbill problem? A number of crossbills are currently lumped as one species, the "red crossbill", under the scientific name Loxia curvirostra. However, recent analysis indicates that these distinctive red crossbill forms are full species, but are difficult to distinguish from each other. Fortunately there are diagnostic differences in vocalizations. 
Dutch Birding Association with some sounds and bird news in English. 
Freesound  The Freesound Project aims to create a huge collaborative database of audio snippets, samples, recordings, bleeps, ... released under the Creative Commons  License.
Improving your Sound Birding  
International Bioacoustic Council (IBAC)  
Interspecies communication about whales and ferns. 
Library of Natural Sound (LNS) - Cornell Lab of Ornithology for the appreciation of birds, includes advice on bird recording equipment. 
Listening Earth Australian Nature Sound Recordings  
Marine Bioacoustics Lab
Matija's bioacoustic pages  
New Age - Natuur & Muziek
New Mexico Bat Call Library  
Noise and Traffic / Geluid en Verkeer some information about our (Dutch) acoustical environment. 
Ornithologie Berlin
Ortolan Bunting Distribution and Song Dialects
Pettersson Elektronik the Bat Detector company, also specialized in analysis software and accessories. 
Reading Sonograms  
Seaworld.org animal sound-library.
Site of Silence
Sunbird Images Sunbird Images is leading in the area of premium quality nature applications for mobile devices.
Takahashi Lab: Barn Owl Sound Localization. 
The Virtual Bird: several bird songs in au-format. 
Thuis in het Veld: Interactive Dutch site for training recognition of birdsounds.
Underwater Acoustics Research Group (UAG) Loughborough University of Technology. 
Whale Watching Web, Finland bio acoustical links and much more. 
Wildechoes Chris Hails nature sound recordings
Wildlife Sound Recording Society: Our British sister organisation. 
 

 

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