Night at the National Bison Range (Montana) - extended
Common Name: Crickets
Scientific Name: Gryllus sp.
Creator: Rice, Jeff
Description: Ambient recording at night at the National Bison Range in Montana
Notes: Conditions at 8:45 PM on 8/29/14: Temperature 75 degrees Fahrenheit, wind 0 mph, humidity 48%; skies partly cloudy with light rain for a short period in the middle of the night. According to the National Park Service, "President Theodore Roosevelt established the National Bison Range on May 23, 1908 when he signed legislation authorizing funds to purchase suitable land for the conservation of bison. It was the first time that Congress appropriated tax dollars to buy land specifically to conserve wildlife."
Location: National Bison Range (Montana); Dixon, Montana; Lake County (Montana); Montana
Recording Equipment: Sound Devices 722 recorder with Sennheiser MKH30 and MKH40 micrtophones in a stereo MS pattern
Acknowledgments: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Audio Rights: Audio file copyright Jeff Rice and Montana State University; Use of this audio file is allowed in accordance with the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
Image Rights: Scientific reviewer: Magdy Mohamed Salem Linguistic reviewer: Riham Salah Translator: Amany Ahmed Mansour Provider: Bibliotheca Alexandrina - EOL Ar, http://www.eol.org