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Wildlife Sound Archivist Remembered

Twenty years ago today, Ted Parker, one of the world's greatest field biologists and sound archivists, died in a plane crash. He made nearly 11,000 wildlife recordings, and could identify some 4,000 different bird species by just the sound of their vocalizations. In this audio montage from Cornell Lab of Ornithology director John Pitzpatrick, he offers a remembrance.
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