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  • 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 (P)2020 Audible Originals, LLC
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Episodes
  • Dec 17 2020
    Tombstone Mountain looms as the Klondike River roars past you. You’re in a subarctic wilderness, where great herds of caribou roam, and rare birds fly in from faraway places.
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    27 mins
  • Dec 17 2020
    An orca exhales as it swims by, and waves crash at your feet. This is the west coast of Canada, where bears munch on mussels, the plainfin midshipmen hums, and raven sees all.
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    33 mins
  • Dec 17 2020
    It’s springtime in the Canadian Rockies, and love is in the air! Get buzzed by a hummingbird and flashed by an orange-crowned kinglet, all while gazing out over the emerald waters of Rocky Mountain lakes.
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    32 mins

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  • Robin Harvey
  • 10-01-21

Perfect for my blind Father

My Dad loved visiting the National Parks. When he lost his eyesight he relied on us to describe what we were seeing. He loved this podcast. All of the animals sounds and sounds of nature. The narration was just enough to keep him fully engaged. Thank you so much! Please do more episodes!!!

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  • Mom - The Kabuki tree root.
  • 28-12-20

Soundscape with narration.

I like listening to soundscapes as I go to bed. Wasn’t sure I’d like the narration but I loved this podcast. The animal noises are amazing and the narrator was really good.
I think this podcast would be especially enjoyable to little kids and feed their great imaginations.

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  • Mary S.
  • 26-12-20

Very Soothing to Listen to

Informative and relaxing at the same time. Love all the nature sounds and the narrator has a great voice.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 28-12-20

One of the Best

Could not believe how much I looked forward to and appreciated the mastery of the narrator. Extremely enlightening and convincing.

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  • 11-02-21

Informative and just all around lovely

There was not one thing I do not like about the entire series. Sarika has the most calming voice. Production is outstanding. I have listen to all episodes many times and will listen many times more.
Closing my eyes I can see, smell and experience it all.

I hope there are other production from these people.

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  • MamaBear
  • 25-11-21

Something good from 2020

2020 was a tough year for most of the human world. How amazing that Sarika Cullis-Suzuki, Audible productions, and the sound recording team could take advantage of these months of human quiet to record the sounds of the natural world.

This may be the best thing to come out of 2020. Both these recordings, and the opportunity to acknowledge how *loud* our species is.

Despite the horrible circumstances of the pandemic, it’s good to know that the whales, bats, and birds had a year of quiet in which to talk with one another.

These recordings are a treasure.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 13-08-21

Perfect bedtime podcast

The sounds of nature combined with the narrator’s voice are perfect bedtime soul soothers. Since there really is no story, I can listen to this multiple times and not lose the calming effect.

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  • Alina
  • 02-08-21

lovely

i liked each one. relaxing and pleasantly done.i wouldhear it again.thank you for posting this

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  • thesassyhaffie
  • 26-07-21

definitely not a sleep sound

was hoping for a soundtrack if sounds of bird, waves, ect but it's more of a documentary aimed towards that of children or those without much knowledge of nature. Narrator doesn't have a soothing voice so is definitely not a sleep sound.

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  • kathy endlich
  • 27-02-21

Newfoundland

I thought it was a good listen. Short. I would have liked to hear how it was formed . A little more detail about the original people & how the Vikings then got to be there.

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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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  • Cassandra
  • 19-05-22

beautiful series

relaxing, educational, entertaining. I learned a lot while I listened and drifted into other worlds.

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  • 02-05-22

Best podcast on Audible ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Combining relaxing soundscapes and interesting educational narration. It is both interesting enough to hold the listeners attention and relaxing enough to fall asleep to.
This is a format worth developing and expanding to other natural environments throughout the planet.

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  • Victoria V.
  • 20-03-22

I love it

I loved it so much because it made me feel so relaxed I would love to go to Canada but I sadly can't right now so this is so lovely

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  • Godwin Tommy
  • 09-11-21

Great listening experience

Please make more of these beautiful episodes that make us appreciate the beauty of nature even more.
And you're welcome to Europe as well to make these :)

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  • indykatley
  • 31-05-21

Oh, what an excellent audiobook!

I really loved the audiobook, lots of information about the different animals and the sounds make it so interesting but also relaxing. I listened to it in bed to fall asleep. Too bad that you have to manually start the next episode and it doesn't start playing automatically just like in other audiobooks with chapters instead of episodes. Hope that audible will do something about this because it was pretty disrupting.

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  • Janet Timperley
  • 14-05-21

Amazing wildlife sounds

Really enjoyed this. Felt like I was there along with the narrator as they described the wildlife. Found the audio relaxing, connecting with nature.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-05-21

This guided 3D soundscape is fantastic!

Absolutely delicious! The listening experience is like being involved in an interactive mind movie in which Sarika is your guide and teaching you about it's landscape and environment. Wonderful! I wish there were more guided natural soundscapes like this out there to experience and learn from. It's probably one of the most enjoyable ways to learn about the environment and nature from the comfort of your armchair.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-05-21

Static

A bit too much static for me, but a calming insight into Canada nonetheless. Great!

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  • Tex
  • 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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  • Anonymous User
  • 19-06-21

Beautiful sound sof nature.

Was a very relaxing listen. I felt very immersed in the sound. Was a wonderful insight in to the natural world of Canada.