Four Season Virtual Tree Trail

Sounds Page

 

We recommend setting your speakers to a fairly low setting to listen to the natural sounds on the web pages.  Louder sounds can be distracting.  For each season, virtual calling animals were placed at various points along the trail, and your ability to hear them varies with your position on the trail.  Natural sounds are most numerous and varied in the spring and least numerous in the winter.  In the table below you can look up the page that shows the season and station where you are located on the trail, and the calling animals will be shown.  Calls are listed in the approximate order that they call on the sound segment.  Louder sounds are bolded.

 
Station Six

 

Season Station Calling
     
     
Spring    
  Trailhead Ovenbird, Tufted Titmouse, Hooded Warbler, Yellow-breasted Chat, Carolina Wren, Northern Parula (faint), Northern Cardinal.
  One (Same Chorus at distance) Carolina Wren, Hooded Warbler, Northern Cardinal, Tufted Titmouse, Ovenbird.
  Two Kentucky Warbler
  Three Kentucky Warbler, Indigo Bunting
  Four Kentucky Warbler, Indigo Bunting
  Five Kentucky Warbler, Blue Jay
  Six Carolina Wrens (2)
  Seven Blue Jay, Carolina Wrens (2)
  Eight Tufted Titmouse, Carolina Wren, Wood Thrush, Ovenbird, Red-bellied Woodpecker
  Nine Wood Thrush, Mourning Dove
  Ten American Toad
  Eleven American Toad
  Twelve Carolina Wren, Northern Cardinal, Green Frog, Common Yellowthroat, Tufted Titmouse, Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher
     
     
     
Summer    
  Trailhead Cicadas
  One Cicadas
  Two  
  Three  Kentucky Warbler, Indigo Bunting
  Four Kentucky Warbler
  Five  
  Six Carolina Wrens
  Seven  
  Eight  
  Nine  
  Ten Wood Thrush, Mourning Dove
  Eleven Gray Treefrog
  Twelve  
     
     
     
Fall    
  Trailhead Blue Jay
  One Carolina Wren, American Crow
  Two  
  Three  
  Four  
  Five Blue Jay, Carolina Wrens
  Six  
  Seven  
  Eight  
  Nine Pileated Woodpecker
  Ten  
  Eleven Eastern Towhee
  Twelve  
     
     
     
Winter    
  Trailhead  
  One Blue Jay
  Two  
  Three Pileated Woodpecker
  Four  
  Five  
  Six Carolina Wren (scolding notes)
  Seven  
  Eight  
  Nine Eastern Towhee
  Ten  
  Eleven Spring Peeper
  Twelve Spring Peeper
     
  VTT Home Carolina Wrens
 
   
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