Recording of the week: Recording the birds of Japan


This week’s selection comes from Cheryl Tipp, Wildlife and Environmental Sounds Curator. In 1952 Japanese ornithologist Tsuruhiko Kabaya acquired his first tape recorder. This, as they say, was a game changer. For over a decade Kabaya had been diligently documenting the movements and behaviour of wild birds across Japan. He…

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