The sounds of our natural environment are comprised of many voices; birdsong, frog choruses, seasonal insect choirs, mammal calls… How have all these varied animal repertoires evolved? And how can we appreciate and find meaning in listening to nature’s soundworld around us?
Join the audience with naturalist and bioacoustic researcher, Andrew Skeoch, as he presents beautiful and fascinating recordings from wild places around the world, and inspires you to hear the world afresh.
Andrew is the guest speaker for the October meeting of the Castlemaine Field Naturalists. The evening starts formally at 7.30pm, but you are welcome to arrive earlier to join us for a cup of tea and a chat beforehand. Members and visitors welcome – no entry fee. It will be held in the Fellowship Room, behind the Uniting Church on Lyttleton St, Castlemaine (next door to the Art Gallery and Museum). On Friday 9th October 2015.