The tracks have been carefully selected from the British Library Sound Archive collections to represent a wide range of wild soundscapes in different moods. From a bleak, wintry valley in Scotland to a gentle summer's morning in England woodland, they capture the varied ambience of our diverse countryside.
©1997 The British Library Board; (P)1997 The British Library Board
Living in a town the only time you get to hear the unspoilt sounds of nature is first thing in the morning before all the daily build up of traffic, factory noise and humans shatter the peace. Wild Britain allows me to put my headphones on and drift off to a place long away from the hustle and bustle of the town. The downloadable guide is the perfect partner allowing the listener to identify the individual sounds of nature.
Yes if they enjoyed listening to the sounds of birds.
The wetland soundscapes.
There isn't a narrator so this question is irrelevant.
Not one specific one but any time I hear the sounds of lapwings and other waders is always enjoyed.
Overall, an enjoyable listen.
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