Canadian Arctic Expedition

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Snowy Owls, Ivory Gulls and Sanderlings were the targets on a Lab of Ornithology expedition to collect sound recordings in the Canadian High Arctic. Join Lab staff Gerrit Vyn and Martha Fischer as they trek across barren Bathurst Island recording birds. Visit the Macaulay Library, and explore the world’s largest collection of animal sounds at www.macaulaylibrary.org

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January 19, 2011

Photo314159 @ 8:20 pm #

Hey, put my name down for the next trip! 🙂 I have dreams about that owl.

January 21, 2011

dnth8rel8 @ 5:46 pm #

Amazing footage and still shots plus all the sounds great job thanks for sharing

January 24, 2011

delly60 @ 11:27 am #

Magnifique, somptueux, la beauté pure…

humpback55 @ 6:33 pm #

Beautiful images and recordings. You made my day. Thanks for posting.

January 25, 2011

OonaCanute @ 2:10 pm #

Great video, great birds!

January 26, 2011

FreyaVana @ 3:21 pm #

This is so cool, I’ve wanted to be an ornithologist ever since I can remember! One day I’ll do this sort of thing. Hopefully for Cornell.

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