Each national park has a unique soundscape. The natural and cultural sounds in parks awaken a sense of wonder that connects us to the qualities that define these special places. They are part of a web of resources that the National Park Service protects under the Organic Act. From the haunting calls of bugling elk in mountains to the patriotic calls of bugling horns across a historic battlefield, NPS invites you to experience our parks through this world of sound.
A Symphony of Sounds
Deep Listening Brings Rewards
The nature recordings of Jacob Job provide immersive listening experiences for people to hear compelling park sounds.
Experience the Sounds of Rocky Mountain
Rocky Mountain National Park's Sound Library offers more than 200 recordings of wildlife vocalizations and other natural sounds. #ListenUp
Last updated: September 4, 2018