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Re: An interactive Google map of LIVE Wild Soundscape feeds all over

Subject: Re: An interactive Google map of LIVE Wild Soundscape feeds all over
From: bobjoebonobobob
Date: Sun Jun 15, 2014 8:56 pm ((PDT))
Yes, Greg O'Drobinak.=0D
"Send out emails, post to Facebook or Tweet out the info to engage people t=
o go to Hempton's and Krause's websites for listening and learning about na=
ture and sound.=0D
 Organize public concerts of soundscapes and have a Q&A session afterwards =
to address the environmental impact of anthrophony in these soundscapes." -=
 This is a very critical role anyone  interested in improving the relations=
hip of their community with nature can take up. =0D
I plan to do this more and more - if by no other means, simply as a volunte=
er, or even a hobby. =0D
A good, well designed, clear and simple flyer place regularly at strategic =
locations, venues etc. is also an very underestimated way to inform the pub=
lic, and it is a great way to feel active in this regard and with the commu=
I will most certainly not stand around to watch all the work that leaders s=
uch as Krause and Hempton et al. have accomplished go unnoticed. So watch o=
ut!  =0D
Curtis Mullin=0D

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