Alosa, Sounds of Nature
Web of publisher of sound guides and natural sound library.
Animal Sound Archive of the Humboldt-Institute of Colombia
It focuses on the documentation of the biological richness of the country and its transmission to the future generations, as well as promoting sound information exchange among researchers.
Animal Sound Archive of the Humboldt-University of Berlin
Website of the Animal Sound Archive of the Humboldt-University of Berlin. The Animal Sound Archive is open for scientists of all disciplines. The information on the recordings is freely available from their webbased data base.
Fonoteca Neotropical "Jacques Vielliard" (FNJV)
The Fonoteca Neotropical "Jacques Vielliard" (FNJV) is a collection of archives and vocalizations of animals, mainly from Neotropical region.
Interdisciplinary Center for Bioacoustics and Environmental
Website of Interdisciplinary Center for Bioacoustics and Environmental Research (CIBRA) which develops research projects on the acoustic communication in animals, underwater bioacoustics and marine mammals, bioacoustic equipment, among other topics.
Page of the Wildlife Sounds collection of the British Library.
A very complete page with newsletter, publications, and a "Listen to nature" area. Directed by Richard Ranft and curated by Cheryl Tipp.
Sound library of birds of Mexico
The most complete page in Spanish about bird songs. It includes tests of recording equipment, and recording techniques. Maintained by Fernando González-García, Associate Researcher of the Instituto de Ecología de Xalapa, Veracruz.
Volodins Bioacoustic Group
Our interests are in the field of studying the communicative role of acoustic variation in mammals and birds. Here, you will find complete information about the group members, scientists, PhD and undergraduate students, making their research in frames of our numerous projects on acoustics of terrestrial vertebrates, and about results of our work.