The song of the Wood Thrush is one of the most widely-loved songs of all North American birds. Known by the mnemonic "ee-oh-lay", the male song is able to produce two notes at the same time, giving it a flute-like quality.
This is a blend of two recordings, recorded on July 1, 2018 & June 30, 2019 at McMaster Forest in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada with an iPhone 6S and Edutige EIM-001 microphone.
Audio recording and editing by Rob Porter.
For more information, see http://hamiltonnature.org/songscapes