How to See Coyotes | Liner Notes

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Chase’s episode pushes ahead of all the others, in its attempt to narrate the problem of seeing and communicating with coyotes. Many of the sounds and voices come from his own dissertation research project exploring coyotes in the city, all over the city, and at all times of day. People really do tell him stories about coyotes. Whether coyotes tell him stories has yet to be determined.

Source/Author Title License and Source
Benboncan Walking On Dry Leaves Creative Commons Attribution /
Felix.Blume Venezuela > A Moment of Calm at the Gran Sabana Creative Commons 0 /
Clearwavsound Insects and Birds Night and Day > Night Time Crickets Call Creative Commons Attribution /
Adam Wand / Phil Elverum Composition based on “Organs (From the Place Lives)”
Benboncan Whoosh Creative Commons Attribution /
Courter HWY 134 in Burbank (Binaural) Creative Commons 0 /
Constructabeat Stop Start Tape. Player Creative Commons Attribution /
Klankbeeld White Noise City Calm > Calm Downtown Morning 02 150722_0706 Creative Commons Attribution /
Zoey.holt Sliding Door Creative Commons 0 /
Heyim89yearsold Sliding Glass Door > Sliding Glass Door-004 Creative Commons Attribution /
SamuelGremaud Wind and Leaves - 3 Creative Commons 0 /
SamuelGremaud Highway Creative Commons 0 /
Thalamus_Lab Pad Pak > String Pad Chill Creative Commons Attribution /
Thalamus_Lab Pad Pak > String Pad Tap Delay Creative Commons Attribution /
Heigh-hoo Brushes_on_snare > Brush_Rubbing1 Creative Commons 0 /
LA Animal Services Coyote Hazing - LA Animal Services /
Taira Komori Horror > Maze Creative Commons Attribution /
Thirsk 100 Marimba Loop Creative Commons Attribution /
Megan O’Connor Hazing a Coyote Who is Showing Too Much Interest in My Dog /
Benjamin Fargen Coyote Conflict in Los Angeles- The UCANR Hazing Study (documentary clip) /
Thalamus_Lab Cerásica Musímica > Ringing Bowl Creative Commons Attribution /
Claire Joelson, Alison Veit, and Jeff Saffenowitz Coyote stories Pesonal recordings