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 Macaulay Library – an online animal sound and video catalog.
  6. The Discovery of Sound in the Sea project of the University of Rhode Island.
  7. The wildlife section of the British Library’s National Sound Library.
  8. FishBase’s collection of example fish sounds; click on the “Fish sounds” button.
  9. Animal Sound Archive of the Humboldt-University, Berlin (Germany).
  10. National Museum of Natural History of Madrid’s Animal Sound Library, or Fonoteca Zoologica (Spain).
  11. Ohio State University Borror Laboratory for Bioacoustics collection.
  12. University of New Mexico, Museum of Southwestern Biology Bat Call Library.
  13. University of Washington’s Pacific Northwest Bat Call Library.
  14. Xeno-Canto, a collection of user-contributed bird songs.
  15. Bioacoustics Team, Universite Paris Sud, France.
  16. Salish Sea hydrophone network, live audio streams and recordings from killer whale habitats in the USA and Canada.
  17. Beam Reach, Marine Science and Sustainability School.
  18. Voices in the Sea, Scripps Whale Acoustics Lab.
  19. Songs of European Singing Cicadas – an online cicada sound library
  20. Bug Bytes – an online website containing links to insect sound files
  21. Sample Songs of Crickets and Katydids, hosted by the University of Florida Entomology and Nematology Dept
  22. Dave Gammond’s NatureSounds – audio files for amateur bird enthusiasts and educators
  23. SeaWorld/Busch Gardens Animal Sounds Library
  24. Ecosounds – a repository of environmental audio recordings
  25. Frog voices of Borneo
  26. – library of common sounds that you may hear in any meadow or marsh or forest in the U.S. and Costa Rica
  27. Florida Museum’s Bird Sounds Database
  28., a database for research in automatic recognition of marine animal calls.
  29. Watkins Marine Mammal Sound Database
  30. Frog Blog, an online to portal to learn a bit more about some frogs and their calls
  31. Birdvox, machine listening for Bird Migration Monitoring, a collaboration between the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and NYU’s Music and Audio Research Laboratory
  32. Bioacoustica, online repository and analysis platform for scientific recordings of wildlife sounds
  33. Animal sounds of
  34. La sonothèque du Muséum National d’Histoire naturelle
  35. Animal Sound Archive of the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin
  36. CIBRA of the University of Pavia
  37. Marine Mammal Bioacoustics Library, Centre for Marine Science and Technology (CMST), Curtin University
  38. CEIBA, Colección de sonidos ambientales del Instituto Alexander von Humboldt
  39. Wildlife Sound Archive of the Australian National Wildlife Collection
  40. Orcalab, orca sounds recorded in the “Inside Passage” of northern Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada