Performed by: Harold J Pollock and Australian birds and animals. Featured in the National Registry of Recorded Sound collection. Source: NFSA title number: 255276. Learn more Accept and close.
Allen Lorenz "A. Pollock (born December 5, 1987) is an American professional baseball center fielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball (MLB). He has also played in MLB for the Arizona Diamondbacks. He made his MLB debut in 2012. Pollock was an MLB All-Star and won a Gold Glove Award in 2015. A. J. Pollock was born on December 5, 1987. to parents Al and Karen Pollock.
Unfortunately, as Pollock predicted, koala numbers have decreased due to the pressures of urbanisation and recordings such as these are therefore increasingly important to document their habits. While some surface noise from the vinyl disc is inevitably audible, the recording is otherwise very clear and offers an excellent record of the koala’s unusual grunting ritual for generations to come.
Recorded By – Harold J. Pollock. 7" EP enclosed in an 8" 26-page hardcover book "Voices Of The Australian Bush" with introduction and descriptions and photographs of the featured animals. Field Recordings & Sound FXs by davequam. Animal Voices on 7" by MunnauQ.
Red kangaroo (national animal). Goodwin, Harold . Kent, Ivan; Parker, Kim; Walpole, Matt (1998). Tourism, conservation, and sustainable development. London: International Institute for Environment and Development. p. 4. ISBN 978-1-904035-25-1.
Australia and its offshore islands and territories have 898 recorded bird species as of 2014. Of the recorded birds, 165 are considered vagrant or accidental visitors, of the remainder over 45% are classified as Australian endemics: found nowhere else on earth.
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Discover all the birds of North America through bird sounds and pictures.
Among the animal species that can only be found in Australia are the monotremes, which are mammals that lay eggs! The platypus and two species of echidna are the world's only egg-laying mammals, so called monotremes. Australia has almost 400 mammal species and about 140 species of marsupials. Marsupials are animals that carry their young in their pouches. Half of the birds that live in Australia, can only be found there