Topic: Recreation     Department: Feature

Sounds of the Grand Canyon, followed by a quiet helicopter

Audio - June 13, 2011 by Stephanie Paige Ogburn
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The natural sounds of birds and wind in the Grand Canyon, followed by the sound of one of the newer, quieter helicopters used in overflights. Sound clip taken at Dripping Springs trail by Mike Garvey.

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