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Space Available - NSS Workshop 6/29-7/1/2012

Subject: Space Available - NSS Workshop 6/29-7/1/2012
From: "sperry1969" sperry1969
Date: Sat Jun 23, 2012 10:10 am ((PDT))
A few spaces are still available at NSS' annual workshop in the Sierras the=
 weekend of June 29 - July 1.

Our featured speakers this year include Dr. Bernie Krause, author of the re=
cently published and New York Times reviewed "The Great Animal Orchestra: F=
inding the Origins of Music in the World's Wild Places". Dr. Krause has bee=
n recording nature for more than forty years; his world-spanning work inclu=
des more than fifteen thousand species and four thousand hours of wild soun=
dscapes. Scott Huber, birding by ear expert Education and Research Coordina=
tor at CSU Chico Research Foundation will also speak. Klas Strandberg, inve=
ntor of the famous Telinga microphones, is coming from Sweden to talk about=
 his life and work. Other presenters include sound designer and inventor Da=
n Dugan and visual artist Lea Cox.

An option after the workshop is to join Steve Sargent, Sierra Club trip lea=
der and wilderness first responder, for a backpacking overnight July 1 =C2=
=96 2 to use your skills in the field.

Please contact us by e-mail Dan Dugan at  or by phone (415)=
 821-9776 if you are interested.  We welcome you to join us!

"While a picture is worth a thousand words, a
sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause.

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