Ecosounds is a repository of environmental audio recordings.
This website facilitates the management, access, visualization, and analysis of environmental
acoustic data. It uses the Acoustic Workbench software which is
is open source and available from GitHub.
The website is run by the QUT Ecoacoustics Research Group to
bioacoustics and ecoacoustics research.
1) Golden Whistler Sound
Faunal vocalisations and other human-audible environmental sounds
David Cook Wildlife Photography
2) Acoustic Sensor
Acoustic sensors record sound in a wide range of environments
3) Annotated Spectrogram
Practical identification of animal sounds by people and automated detectors. Ecologists use these to answer environmental questions.
You can browse some public projects and audio recordings without logging in. To participate in the analysis work you will need to
with an existing account or
for a new account.
Some of the projects you can access
Recordings from Myanmar by Tim Boucher from The Nature Conservancy All recordings done with the...
Sound recordings from the Gympie area