Welcome! 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 support bioacoustics and ecoacoustics research.

1) Red-browed Pardalote Sound Image of Red-browed Pardalote Faunal vocalisations and other human-audible environmental sounds
Photo Source: Aviceda
2) Acoustic Sensor An acoustic sensor attached to a tree. Acoustic sensors record sound in a wide range of environments
3) Annotated Spectrogram Annotated Spectrogram. Practical identification of animal sounds by people and automated detectors. Ecologists use these to answer environmental questions.