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Episode 49: Butcherknife Creek Sound By Nature

    • Natur

This was recorded on a sunny afternoon at Butcherknife Creek near the Pacific Crest Trail in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Shasta County, California.



Sound By Nature is produced by me with production help from my dog and generous support from listeners like you. If you would like to support the podcast as well and help me to continue to provide you with natural sound recorded on location with no advertisements, you can do so by clicking the support link at the end of this description. Your support will go towards improving the production quality of the podcast for you and all listeners, and producing future episodes in wild and natural environments. You can also support the podcast by rating and reviewing it on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast platform. Thank you to those of you that have rated it, especially to those who have written such kind reviews. I really appreciate how much you appreciate what I do.



It's been an uneasy time living in my neck of the woods, the wildfires have been extremely unsettling and I am heartbroken for everybody that has lost everything to the flames, and for the destruction of so much forest and wilderness. I really hope that people will open their eyes to the effects of climate change that are happening all around us and are directly, and cruelly, impacting the lives of people right now. It's not just here, and it's not just wildfires, but it is many  different things that are happening worldwide, things which we had been told for years would happen and are happening right now. People are dying, ecosystems are collapsing, and wildlife is going extinct at an alarming rate. We must act now. Wherever you are in the world, vote for people that are aware of this crisis and are willing and able to take action. There is no time left to lose. 






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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soundbynature/support

This was recorded on a sunny afternoon at Butcherknife Creek near the Pacific Crest Trail in Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Shasta County, California.



Sound By Nature is produced by me with production help from my dog and generous support from listeners like you. If you would like to support the podcast as well and help me to continue to provide you with natural sound recorded on location with no advertisements, you can do so by clicking the support link at the end of this description. Your support will go towards improving the production quality of the podcast for you and all listeners, and producing future episodes in wild and natural environments. You can also support the podcast by rating and reviewing it on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast platform. Thank you to those of you that have rated it, especially to those who have written such kind reviews. I really appreciate how much you appreciate what I do.



It's been an uneasy time living in my neck of the woods, the wildfires have been extremely unsettling and I am heartbroken for everybody that has lost everything to the flames, and for the destruction of so much forest and wilderness. I really hope that people will open their eyes to the effects of climate change that are happening all around us and are directly, and cruelly, impacting the lives of people right now. It's not just here, and it's not just wildfires, but it is many  different things that are happening worldwide, things which we had been told for years would happen and are happening right now. People are dying, ecosystems are collapsing, and wildlife is going extinct at an alarming rate. We must act now. Wherever you are in the world, vote for people that are aware of this crisis and are willing and able to take action. There is no time left to lose. 






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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soundbynature/support

1 tim. 29 min

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