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NSS Field Workshop 6/29 - 7/1 Features Krause, Huber, Strandberg, Du

Subject: NSS Field Workshop 6/29 - 7/1 Features Krause, Huber, Strandberg, Du
From: "sperry1969" sperry1969
Date: Fri Jun 1, 2012 7:53 am ((PDT))
The Nature Sounds Society (NSS)' 28th Annual Field Workshop will be held Ju=
ne 29-July 1, 2012 (oprtional overnight backpack 7/1-7/2) at San Francisco =
State University's Yuba Pass Field Station, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.=
 Each year, this workshop brings together dynamic speakers and trip leaders=
 with participants interested in learning various aspects of nature sound r=
ecording and the use of nature sounds in art, science, and music.

Our featured speakers this year include Dr. Bernie Krause, author of the re=
cently published and New York Times reviewed The Great Animal Orchestra: Fi=
nding the Origins of Music in the World's Wild Places. Dr. Krause has been =
recording nature for more than forty years; his world-spanning work include=
s more than fifteen thousand species and four thousand hours of wild sounds=
capes. Scott Huber, birding by ear expert Education and Research Coordinato=
r at CSU Chico Research Foundation will also speak. Klas Strandberg, invent=
or of the famous Telinga microphones, will come from Sweden to talk about h=
is life and work. Steve Sergeant, Sierra Club trip leader and wilderness EM=
T, will lead an optional overnight backpacking trip immediately after the W=
orkshop. Other presenters include sound designer and inventor Dan Dugan

For more information and registration forms please go to http://www.natures=

or call (415) 826-9776, e-mail 

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