During a raptor survey in a seemingly endless coniferous forest, I passed a gas measurement and
control station. In addition to the visual deplacency in the middle of the forest, I immediately
recognised the massive sound that the station produces. After work, it immediately became clear,
sound recordings would have to be made here.
I could not expect any exciting sounds from the monoculture forest on a night in early March,
so that the artificial sounds would be clearly audible. An interesting example that it does not
take much to dominate the soundscape of an entire landscape by a relatively small intervention.