Yosemite Voices 1: Soundscapes
This episode is based on an interview with Kurt Fristrup PhD, the senior acoustic Specialist with the National Park Service’s Natural Sounds Program in Fort Collins, Colorado. He talks about the effect of noise on predator-prey relationships, animal communications, and on human physiology. Fristrup reveals some of the findings on the acoustic health of Yosemite as well as some interesting discoveries made possible through recordings made in the wilderness.
Did You Know?
Congress designated the Merced River as Wild and Scenic in 1987. The National Park Service manages 81 miles of the Merced River, encompassing both the main stem and the South Fork in Yosemite National Park and the El Portal Administrative Site. More...