THE SONGS OF BIRDS AND OTHER DENIZENS OF A NORTHEASTERN WOODLAND
Sapsucker Woods is a 224-acre sanctuary providing habitat for hundreds of birds and other animals. Located at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in Ithaca, New York, Sapsucker Woods is widely loved by Lab visitors, many of whom return year after year to enjoy its natural beauty and serenity.
By popular request, the Lab has reissued here the original 1958 audio production, An Evening in Sapsucker Woods, featuring the voices of birds and other animals. The recording is narrated by Lab founder Arthur "Doc" Allen, and the booklet includes photos of the Lab then and now and an introduction by current director John W. Fitzpatrick.
If you have yet to experience Sapsucker Woods, we hope that this recording will inspire you to come visit this very special place.
"I invite you to find a quiet moment and play An Evening in Sapsucker Woods..."
-John Fitzpatrick, director, Cornell Lab of Ornithology