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Black Forest Streaming

What does the Black Forest sound like? In the morning, in the evening, at night?
The Vogelklang Soundcamp is getting ready for Dawn Chorus Day this Sunday, 5 May 2024 at 5:00 am, with cooking, the installation of sound artworks, and conversations buzzing through the air and across the meadows, crossing the Kauzhorst (stage area), the Wasseramselhaus (workshops and showers) and: The microphones for the Dawn Chorus’ global stream have already been set up.

Anyone who wants to listen to the Black Forest from now on can do so. Just click on the audio player on the right. If you can’t see it now: It was active only 4-6th of May.

The Vogelklang Soundcamp organised by the Global Forest Art Association is an open-air festival and has been linked to the International Dawn Chorus Day since 2018, which was founded in the 1980s by the environmentalist and broadcaster Chris Baines in Birmingham.

In addition to the numerous recording and listening stations spread across more than 80 participating countries, a Sound Camp was also set up in a remote forest clearing in the Black Forest. It starts tomorrow!

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