Sounds of Nature

Island Lake Conservation Area is home a number of animal species. If you listen to everything that’s happening around you, you may hear the banjo like “twang” of a green frog or the melodic “oak-a-lee” call of the red-winged blackbird. 

Here are some of the sound you may hear at Island Lake Conservation Area, from the resident wildlife:

Great Blue Heron (mp3 sound clip)
Courtesy of Dave Gammon’s Nature Sounds

Black-capped Chickadee (mp3 sound clip)
Courtesy of Dave Gammon’s Nature Sounds

Black-capped Chickadee (mp3 sound clip)
Courtesy of Dave Gammon’s Nature Sounds

Downy Woodpecker (mp3 sound clip)
Courtesy of Dave Gammon’s Nature Sounds

Canada Goose (mp3 sound clip)
Courtesy of Dave Gammon’s Nature Sounds

Blue Jay (mp3 sound clip)
Courtesy of Dave Gammon’s Nature Sounds

Red-winged Blackbird (mp3 sound clip)
Courtesy of Dave Gammon’s Nature Sounds

Yellow Warbler (mp3 sound clip)
Courtesy of Dave Gammon’s Nature Sounds

Wood Duck (mp3 sound clip)
Courtesy of Dave Gammon’s Nature Sounds

Wood Frog (mp3 sound clip)
Courtesy of Nature North

Green Frog (mp3 sound clip)
Courtesy of Nature North

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