Whirling water creates a tornado in a bottle!
Listen to bird songs and try to figure out which are songs, which are companion calls, and which are alarms.
Close your eyes and listen to tell where the paddle is when you play this all-listening version of the classic game Pong.
Play a memory concentration game: Listen closely then match pairs of sounds.
How do different sounds combine to make the unique audio environments of specific places? Build the soundscapes of a beach and a train station.
See if you can put these sounds back together in this sonic jigsaw puzzle.
Get a lesson in listening from Doniga Markegard, an expert wildlife tracker.
Walk in the shoes of Dean Hudson. As a visually impaired person, Dean depends on audio clues to navigate through the world.
Meet Bart Hopkin, who listens closely to the subtle sonic qualities of wood, water, and pipes as he creates new instruments.
Lisa Miller is a mechanic and teacher who shows her auto shop students how to use their listening skills to fix cars.
Find out how a cochlear implant helped one man regain the ability to listen.
See astounding musical instruments made by Bart Hopkin
What's the quietest sound you can find – and how can you find it? Download listening tips.
Find a friend and try this sound localization experiement
Close your eyes – and open your ears.
Make an instrument much like a saxophone but made of a water bottle and a paper tube.
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