At a time when night-singing insects have slipped beyond our noticeaindeed, are more likely to be heard as NatureSounds than in a backyardaJohn Himmelman reconnects people to the crickets and katydids whose songs form a part of our own natural history. Online insect calls accompany this colorfully illustrated narrative.Iwas out recording calls in Cedarville State Forest in Maryland one night when the call ofa singleJapanese Burrowing Cricket ... aIta#39;s in the car!a I said. I opened the door and started pulling out my stacks ofjars, books, and clothesa everything I had packed for a weeka#39;s ... I decided to take a closer look and crawled back again.
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