Links to other organizations and sound libraries

  1. ASA committee on standards for animal bioacoustics.
  2. Other acoustical societies and organizations.
  3. The Acoustic Ecology Institute provides access to news, academic research, public policy advocates, and articles and essays about sound and listening.
  4. The Nature Sounds Society for the preservation, appreciation and creative use of natural sounds.
  5. The World Forum for Acoustic-Ecology for the world soundscape as an ecologically balanced entity.
  6. The Macaulay Library – a online animal sound and video catalog.
  7. The Discovery of Sound in the Sea project of the University of Rhode Island.
  8. Biblioteca de Sonidos Aves de Mexico (Library of Bird Sounds of Mexico; web site in Spanish).
  9. The wildlife section of the British Library’s National Sound Library.
  10. FishBase’s collection of example fish sounds; click on the “Fish sounds” button.
  11. Animal Sound Archive of the Humboldt-University, Berlin (Germany).
  12. National Museum of Natural History of Madrid’s Animal Sound Library, or Fonoteca Zoologica (Spain).
  13. Ohio State University Borror Laboratory for Bioacoustics collection.
  14. University of New Mexico, Museum of Southwestern Biology Bat Call Library.
  15. University of Washington’s Pacific Northwest Bat Call Library.
  16. Xeno-Canto, a collection of user-contributed bird songs.
  17. Bioacoustics Team, Universite Paris Sud, France.
  18. Salish Sea hydrophone network, live audio streams and recordings from killer whale habitats in the USA and Canada.
  19. Beam Reach, Marine Science and Sustainability School.
  20. Voices in the Sea, Scripps Whale Acoustics Lab.