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Mallard Duck Quacking
More mallard duck quacking and talking of our fine feathered friends of the water.
Small group of frogs maybe 3 or 4 croaking in rapid succession. Great little swampy pond sound effect. Requested by Lorrie Watkins.
Sound of a space ship turning on and then flying away into the night. Modified sound from Richard.
Pissed Off Duck
Sound of a pissed off mallard duck mom protecting her ducklings from a larger adult male.
Cool martian scanner sound effect. Sound like a sound you would hear on some space movie like 2001 space odyssey or one of those alien movies from the 90s with Sigourney Weaver in it.
Mallard duck or mallard ducks plural in a small pond at a nearby park. These can be used for generic duck sounds also. If you like this sound please see sound 2.
The sound of martians attacking us. Great for space, or sci fi like fanatics.
Clear sound of a bullfrog croaking. Bull frog call requested by Lorrie Watkins. Great nature or swamp sound effect.
Alien creature flying creature like sound made by recording my whistles into an answering machine for feedback.
Small little tree frog like croaking sound effect. Almost sound like a water drop. Requested by Lorrie Watkins.
Peeper Frogs Near Lake
Small little peeper frogs sounds near at a reservoir recorded by fws.gov
Small little pond frog croaking 2x. Great little pond or swamp sound effect. Requested by Lorrie Watkins.
The sound of a large bull frog. Great nature and amphibian sound effect. Swamps and similar.
Field recording of the wetlands or swamps. A wetland is an area of land whose soil is saturated with moisture either permanently or seasonally. Recorded by Tony Phillips.
Sampling Plus 1.0
One more Fulmar field recording sounds. Fulmars are a seabird class of birds. This sound was requested by Anne Obrien
Greater Yellowlegs Call
sound of a Greater Yellowlegs call bird. The Greater Yellowlegs, Tringa melanoleuca, is a large North American shorebird, similar in appearance to the smaller Lesser Yellowlegs. Its closest relative, however, is the Greenshank, which together with the Spotted Redshank form a close-knit group.
Sampling Plus 1.0
Fulmar field recording. Fulmars are a seabird class of birds. This sound was requested by Anne Obrien