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Subject: opportunity for recordists to assist in Yosemite
From: "Dan Dugan" dandugan_1999
Date: Thu Jan 10, 2008 3:52 pm ((PST))
The Nature Sounds Society is helping Yosemite National Park with its 
soundscape program. Two things are upcoming:

The park has accumulated recordings by automated devices, and needs 
help identifying what the recordings contain. In connection with 
this, the Natural Sounds Program Center (Ft. Collins, CO) is planning 
to hold a training session in San Francisco in February. Details to 
follow, but I believe it will be training in using the Soundscape 
program on Palms. Details to follow.

Yosemite is offering free lodging (tent cabins in White Wolf area) to 
recordists who want to visit the park this summer and help out. Stays 
as short as a weekend  are ok, but if you want to stay for a week or 
two, or more, you'd be most welcome. Volunteer assignments might 
include placement and maintenance of automated recording stations, 
and documentation of specific locations or species.

I'll be meeting with resources chief Joe Meyer up there on Jan. 21, 
and will post more information after that.

Cross-posted to nature recordists and NSS announce list, sorry if you 
get dupes.

-Dan Dugan
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