The Society welcomes anyone who is interested in or has an appreciation of the sounds made by wildlife and the natural world.
New to wildlife sound recording? Take a look at our newcomer's guide to find out what you need to get started at a modest cost.
A practical workshop how to edit your recordings and the use of different mic setups.
Skokholm Island, closing date to get your booking form and deposit to the Secretary is the 1 Sept
A trip to north Norfolk for geese, ducks and waders. 15 - 18 Feb 2016
From Sound Devices, there is a reported problem with Windows 10 software and .wav files, be aware!!
WSRS members are invited to make comments on SM 179
Look out your recordings to enter this years WSRS members' competition. Closing date 31 Dec 2015
When you have reviewed the website, we hope that you will see the many benefits of joining WSRS so that you can develop your interest into a hugely fulfilling pastime. Why not join with the rest of us in capturing and listening to the sounds of nature to experience and learn more about the spectacular natural world about us.
We look forward to meeting with you all.
To find out more, visit www.nationalgallery.org.uk/soundscapes.
SOUNDSCAPES at the NATIONAL GALLERY!
Sainsbury Wing, National Gallery
Is in receipt
of generous sponsorship from Sound
Network The Sound Network Prize goes to the best recording in the competition.
In 2015 the prize was won by Pete Smith for his superb recording Spring In The Lammermuirs. To listen to the recording click here.
Our Restricted Category competition was generously sponsored by Wildlife Watching Supplies with the gift of a voucher to spend on-line. The overall winner was Mich¸le Peron with a recording of Bush Stone Curlew.
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based on an
individual's comments and experiences, and are not an endorsement by
Wildlife Sound Recording Society.
The opinions expressed are those of the individual authors and not necessarily those of the Wildlife Sound Recording Society.