The BBC Nature Sound Effects Library offers the most diverse array of nature and animal sound effects in the world. This extensive collection of 13,695 royalty free sound effects has been recorded by BBC's top sound engineers from the late 1960s to the present day. Never before released, this library contains seventy categories of nature, ambience and animal sound effects that cross borders and span the globe. Sounds include apes from Borneo, ice cracking in Alaska, killer whale sound effects from Norway and Ethiopian baboons.
This library also includes 10,000 bird sounds, from Costa Rican vultures to Canadian sparrows, from French bee eaters to South Georgian macaroni penguins. The BBC Nature Archives will impress your audiences with its exciting collection of international sounds from all over the world.
Every sound in the BBC Nature Sound Effects Library was recorded by BBC's top sound engineers in all corners of the globe. This library is delivered as 16 bit / 44.1 kHz broadcast wav files and contains rich embedded metadata for pinpoint sound effects searches. All sound effects are descriptively named and intuitively categorized in folders with descriptive names for easy browsing. The BBC Sound Effects Library's metadata is compatible with MetaDigger, Pro Tools, AVID, Final Cut Pro, Soundminer, BaseHead and other asset management systems.