Silver Fox

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July 2017 At this year’s Wildlife Sound Recording Society‘s annual general meeting I have been awarded the Silver Fox Award. The Silver Fox ist the overall winner of the annual competition. I feel very honoured and would like to thank the society especially the jury! These are my competition submissions to five categories: single individual of one […]

Remain

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July 2016 Midyear is usually the time for a short UK trip. The Wildlife Sound Recording Society holds it’s annual meeting and this is the best opportunity to meet some sound recordists, having chats about recent trips, new equipment or this year, the so called brexit. On my way to the Rutland Water Reserve I […]

Eastcoast

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JUNE 2015 Usually I try to avoid having expectations at all. The same goes for travelling. In addition, living a busy life means doing first things first – so I went off to my recent UK trip once more rather mentally unprepared. As a first stopover on my way to Northumberland Santpoort in the Netherlands […]

WSRS annual meeting II

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July 2014 Every year the Wildlife Sound Recording Society holds an annual meeting somewhere in the UK. This year it was held at the Rutland Water Reserve. The guest speaker was the society’s new president Chris Watson. He spoke about the work during the filming of the tv-program Frozen Planet and his experiences in Antarctica. […]

Hello goodbye!

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MARCH 2014 Goodbye Dorset. Hello Leipzig! PFR09760, 1-10, 140129, Song Thrush Turdus philomelos, song, Middlebere Heath, UK PFR07957, 1-11, 140227, Northern Raven Corvus corax, advertising call, bill clipping, call, Torfhaus, Germany

WSRS annual meeting & Norfolk

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September 2012 At the beginning of July I went to England to participate in the Wildlife Sound Recording Societies‘  annual meeting for the second time. After that, trips to the famous Rutland Water Reserve (yes, I saw the Ospreys) and Norfolk’s Cley Marshes should follow subsequently, mainly for birding. A. WSRS Annual General Meeting, Cottesmore […]