Nature Track

Nature Track

ABC Radio

Nature Track is a podcast that opens a window on the beautiful sounds of the Australian wilderness. These long, uninterrupted soundscapes are the perfect relaxing soundtrack for your work, exercise, meditation or sleep. Each unique track is carefully recorded on location in a different part of Australia by the ABC’s nature specialist Ann Jones.

Categories: Science & Medicine

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No music. No voices. Just the sound of a creek bed in outback Australia. In the Murchison district in Western Australia you're surrounded by low lying ranges where rocks have been found that are 4.4 billion years old — they're almost as ancient as the planet itself. Among the crests and dips of Wajarri country is a creek bed on Boolardy Station. Not flowing, but water is still there. And the places where there is water in this arid environment – well, it's a mecca for birdlife. Listen for: chiming wedgebills, lots of flies and other insects, rainbow bee-eaters, crested bellbirds, babblers and diamond doves among many many more.  Mix Engineer: Isabella Tropiano. This program is produced on the land of the Wathawurung people.

Previous episodes

  • 16 - Where there is water 
    Wed, 21 Sep 2022
  • 15 - The storm front 
    Wed, 14 Sep 2022
  • 14 - It sounds like camping 
    Tue, 06 Sep 2022
  • 13 - Wallabies and a quiet ocean 
    Tue, 30 Aug 2022
  • 12 - An hour before dawn in arid WA 
    Wed, 24 Aug 2022
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