The Australian Wildlife Sound Recording Group Pilliga workshop

Animals use sound to communicate and survive, and there is so much to be learned by listening to and recording our birdlife and natural systems.

This September, over a week in the Pilliga forest in NSW, the Australian Wildlife Sound Recording Group will hold a workshop for beginners, citizen scientists and professional researchers alike.

Experts will present the latest research, sound artists will share responses to environmental listening, and experienced recordists will run outdoor sessions on field skills, equipment and interpretation.

Our gathering will be wide-ranging, informal and fun. Please join us for a fascinating week.

Further information and contacts: http://awsrg.org.au/2017-worhkshop/ or phone Andrew: 0419 091 979