Enjoy this recording that captures the essence of Southeast Alaska. Bald eagles and hermit thrushes call back and forth in the tall spruce trees, while nearby humpback whales provide background bass notes to the natural symphony.
Each spring, the Bartlett Cove rainforest is alive with restless activity and song. Listen for the varied thrush, alder flycatcher, sooty grouse, kinglets, and more.
The forested shoreline is filled with sounds of summer warblers, kinglets, and chickadees, while nearby harbor seals snort and splash.
A rare summer thunderstorm captured in Glacier Bay. The thrushes sing right through it! Listen....
No doubt about it, Glacier Bay is a rainy place. But listen closely to the wonderful sounds the raindrops make as they collide with alder leaves.
For years, park visitors have enjoyed the musical notes of rain as it travels through the gutters at the front porch of Glacier Bay Lodge. Now you can enjoy it too...
Last updated: August 11, 2016
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