When you go out to make bird recordings, you become keenly aware of all kinds of noise you never noticed before. If you live in or near a city, you’ll find no shortage of noise sources.
I’m leading a free bird walk for Bexar Audubon this Saturday at 8AM at the Pleasanton Trailhead. This bird walk will start at Pleasanton Trailhead … Read more
We spent the weekend in South Padre Island, a small barrier island off the west coast of Texas. I decided to visit the Birding and Nature Center located on the southern end of the island and found a reported rare visitor, the “Mangrove Warbler.”
I recently upgraded from the Zoom H4N to the Sound Devices MixPre-3 II recorder for my bird recording hobby. This post is from the casual hobbyist perspective and will give share my initial experience with the device and a few recordings I’ve captured.
I arrived to Medina River Natural Area at 7:45 AM with my gear in tow. Once my setup was on, I slowly embarked down Rio Medina trail with attentive ears. My focus today was to record and capture as many clear bird sounds as I could.
Have you ever wanted to know what birds you hear at home? You can use BirdNET-Pi on your Raspberry Pi with a small microphone to record and ID birds 24/7. I’ve been curious about this project for a while and decided to take the plunge.
Bird enthusiasts from all over came together and crowdfunded a new bird feeder with a camera inside called Bird Buddy. It had an extremely successful … Read more