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    • Audio of whale blow

    • Marine mammals; Audio Clip;
    • This is a 30-second mp3 audio clip of a whale "blowing." What do we mean when we say a whale "blows?" While a whale is holding its breath, air is compressed in its chest. Upon reaching the surface, the air is exhaled through the whale's blowholes....
    • Dennis Treitler oral history transcript

    • History; Biography; Hunting; Waterfowl; Poaching; Education; Law enforcement;
    • Dennis Treitler oral history interview with Dave Hall. Mr. Treitler is a former duck poacher who became active in Mr. Hall's "Poacher to Preacher" hunter education program. Note that this is the audio transcript of the video.
    • A talk with John Grabowska, NPS filmmaker

    • Environmental education; Environments (Natural); Historic sites; History; Parks; Wildlife viewing; Podcast; Public Lecture;
    • John discusses Yellowstone National Park and the making of his film "Land to Life".
    • A conversation with Stephen Potter

    • Education; Historic sites; History; Native Americans; Rivers and streams; Podcast; Public Lecture;
    • Stephen discusses his presentation "Aboriginal America and the Potomac Frontier, 1607-1676"
    • Elk bugle or bellow

    • Mammals; Audio Clip;
    • This 20 second audio clip is of a male (bull) elk bugling or bellowing. This sound is usually heard in the fall as the male elk are in rut, competing with other male elk for access to female (cow) elk for mating. It is a sound that is often used as...
    • Kodiak bears growling over territory

    • Mammals; Audio Clip;
    • This 20-second audio clip was taken from video footage tapes featuring two grizzly bears threatening each other over territory on a fishing stream on Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. Vocalizations.
    • Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Audio Clip;
    • This is a 15-second mp3 audio clip of the sound of a rattlesnake. Most rattlesnakes will try to escape and withdraw, but will use their rattle as a defensive mechanism to warn away potential predators--especially if they feel cornered. All snakes,...

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