Recorded Bird Sounds

Subject: Recorded Bird Sounds
From: shaun peters <>
Date: Sun, 23 Sep 2001 22:56:45 +0100 (BST)
Dear all,
Over the past 20 years or so I have been collecting
bird sound recordings - mainly on published LPs/CDs
and tapes. Currently this comprises 6900 species
(based on Clements 5th edn plus updates).
I have now set up a website that lists all these
There are two main purposes to this:

Firstly I believe this will be a valuable resource for
travelling birders and
secondly I hope that it will mean I can add to the
collection and 'fill in the gaps'.

The url is

Please note the double r in birrding.

The systematic list is broken down into four sections.
They are a little slow in downloading (2-3 minutes
each) but once downloaded the info is then on ones own
PC and readily accessible.

I'd be happy to receive any comments.

Shaun Peters

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