Tag Archives: Lisa Rainsong

LISA RAINSONG: JUMPING BUSH CRICKETS

 

jumping-bush-cricket2011big3There’s more to nature than meets the ear.

And when the calls of birds, insects and amphibians are recorded and translated by noted musician, educator and naturalist Lisa Rainsong, I promise that you’ll experience the calls of the natural world in a new dimension.

Here’s the link to Lisa’s Running and Jumping in the Bushes: http://listeninginnature.blogspot.com/2013/09/running-and-jumping-in-bushes.html

Lisa is an interesting and entertaining speaker; you can contact her through her website.

LISA RAINSONG: THE GREATER ANGLEWING KATYDIDS COME CALLING

KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERAThere’s more to nature than meets the ear.

And when the calls of birds, insects and amphibians are recorded and translated by noted musician, educator and naturalist Lisa Rainsong, I promise that you’ll experience the calls of the natural world in a new dimension.

Here’s the link to Lisa’s Greater Anglewing Katydids:

http://listeninginnature.blogspot.com/2013/08/at-last-greater-anglewings.html

Lisa is an interesting and entertaining speaker; you can contact her through her website.

LISA RAINSONG: SONG OF THE SWORD-BEARING CONEHEAD KATYDID

sword_bearing_conehead_daniel-300x165There’s more to nature than meets the ear.

And when the calls of birds, insects and amphibians are recorded and translated by noted musician, educator and naturalist Lisa Rainsong, I promise that you’ll experience the calls of the natural world in a new dimension.

Here’s the link to Lisa’s blog about the elusive katydid:

http://listeninginnature.blogspot.com/2013/07/its-time-for-coneheads.html

Lisa is an interesting and entertaining speaker; you can contact her through her website.

LISA RAINSONG: TOSS THE THERMOMETER—LISTEN TO THE SNOWY TREE CRICKETS

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There’s more to nature than meets the ear.

And when the calls of birds, insects and amphibians are recorded and translated by noted musician, educator and naturalist Lisa Rainsong, I promise that you’ll experience the calls of the natural world in a new dimension.

Here’s the link to Lisa’s recordings of the Snowy Tree Cricket and her formula for calculating the temperature from its song:  http://listeninginnature.blogspot.com/2013/08/the-temperature-cricket.htmli

Lisa is an interesting and entertaining speaker; you can contact her through her website.

LISA RAINSONG: RETURN OF THE GLADIATOR MEADOW KATYDIDS

1242417908uT6uWyThere’s more to nature than meets the ear.

And when the calls of birds, insects and amphibians are recorded and translated by noted musician, educator and naturalist Lisa Rainsong, I promise that you’ll experience the calls of the natural world in a new dimension.

Here’s the link to Lisa’s blog concerning Gladiator Meadow Katydids:

http://listeninginnature.blogspot.com/2013/07/the-gladiators-are-coming.html

Lisa is an interesting and entertaining speaker; you can contact her through her website.

LISA RAINSONG: BOBOLINK BROTHERS’ DUET

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There’s more to nature than meets the ear.

And when the calls of birds, insects and amphibians are recorded and translated by noted musician, educator and naturalist Lisa Rainsong, I promise that you’ll experience the calls of the natural world in a new dimension.

Here’s the link to Lisa’s “I know where you nest by the songs you sing:“

http://listeninginnature.blogspot.com/2013/06/bobolinks-i-know-where-you-nest-by.html

Lisa is an interesting and entertaining speaker; you can contact her through her website.

LISA RAINSONG: WHEN, HOW AND WHICH INSECTS SING

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And when the calls of birds, insects and amphibians are recorded and translated by noted musician, educator and naturalist Lisa Rainsong, I promise that you’ll experience the calls of the natural world in a new dimension.

Here’s the link to Lisa’s Insect Prelude:  the first insect songs in the meadow

http://listeninginnature.blogspot.com/2013/06/singing-insect-prelude-first-insect.html

Lisa is an interesting and entertaining speaker; you can contact her through her website.