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Publisher's Summary

Join lauded marine biologist Dr. Sarika Cullis-Suzuki for an intimate tour of the wild heart of the nation. From the Tombstone Mountains of the Yukon Territory to the glowing grasslands of Saskatchewan, each episode is alive with the buzzes, warbles, and howls of Canadian wildlife. Cullis-Suzuki is your guide, painting a picture of the landscapes around you while letting you in on the wilderness stories unfolding. Curl up under the night sky in Newfoundland, and listen to a conversation between little brown bats as they leave their roost. Dip your toes in the Pacific Ocean while listening to the other-worldly humming of the plainfin midshipman (a toad fish). You’ll follow a pod of orcas, hear the crash of glaciers, and relax to the chorus of songbirds at dawn. It’s nature like you’ve never heard it before!
©2020 Ari A. Cohen Productions Inc. (P)2020 Audible Originals, LLC

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  • 12-01-21

Explore the wild beyond even though you’re stuck indoors

Perfect for those times you want to escape, a guided aural glimpse into a wilderness teeming with creatures and splashes. Sarika Cullis-Suzuki is a wonderfully serene, informative and unobtrusive companion.

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  • Wayne
  • 10-01-21

wonderful escapism

..beautiful, high quality sounds that make you feel that you're really there. informative narration that blends well. they are very calming and I would love to hear more episodes

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  • Michael Yorke
  • 01-02-21

Excellent!

This is the best thing I've listened to in a long time. Interesting, informative and relaxing, this is a fabulously rich aural tour of Canada's vast wildernesses which perfectly merges informative and entertaining narration with high quality natural sounds to create a unique listening experience.

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  • Laura Perrett
  • 24-03-21

Relaxing to listen to.

very calming stories with interesting facts and sounds. Great for getting your to sleep. love the animal sounds.

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  • anonymouse
  • 17-03-21

Very relaxing

I enjoyed listening to this at bedtime. There's a good balance of description and sounds so you can easily imagine each place. Really want to visit Canada now.

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  • Zoe Lee Howe
  • 03-03-21

Great bedtime listening

Takes you out of yourself and transports you to a wonderful part of the world 🌍

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  • Ms. H. E. Goodwin
  • 28-02-21

A breath of fresh Canadian air

A great way to escape lockdown as well as learn about Canadian wildlife. Highly recommend.

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  • Susan Rowley
  • 21-02-21

Excellent

A perfect combination of sounds and narration. I was enchanted and surprised how much I enjoyed this.

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  • Sandra Lewis
  • 14-02-21

a bit of escapism

I found this podcast both informative and relaxing, Sarika's narration is fabulous and the recording of the various sounds really transports you away.

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  • Michael Jones
  • 01-02-21

Rock Lobster

Remember the B52’s hit “Rock Lobster”. ? With lyrics like “Here comes a manta ray... ah ooh”

Well this soundscape also comes with a narrator. “Here comes a chunk of ice calving off a glacier.... boom splash “. Here comes a moose ... Hey Rocky, watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat “

I think the whole point of nature soundscapes is to immerse one’s self and just let the sound wash over. Don’t require the services of a narrator - spoils the ambiance...

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  • 10-02-21

Thank you Dr Suzuki!

I loved this podcast which took me to so many natural ecosystems in Canada.. I learned a lot and her narration brought the sounds to life for me as I had a context and educational commentary to compliment it. Superb and serene. It's just what a lockdown world needs. Please do more of these and consider other countries or continents for your sounds stories.

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