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A Belize Storm

RECORDING THE WORLD ONE SPECIES AT A TIME

Martyn Stewart has spent his entire life aiming to bring NATURE’S VOICE to the world and over the course of 55 years he’s created one of the most important private collections of nature sounds that exists in the world, recording in over 50 countries and capturing over 3500 species of birds, countless insects, amphibians and mammals. From locations as diverse as the Okavango Delta and Alaska, but also environments that have more anthropogenic implications – such as  Chernobyl and the maelstrom of Hurricane Dorian. The collection currently contains over 30,000 hours of nature sounds and soundscapes, more than 97,000 individual sounds and as many intimate stories from the natural world. 

Featured nature Sounds

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