Wind: I chose the colors black, grey, and white, because it was a cool day with big white and grey clouds. The wind was so strong that you could here it circling through the forest.
Mosquito: When I hear mosquitos they are usually to close for comfort, and they bombard you. They are annoying, spastic, and irritating. So these colors were the best resemblance.
Geese: For the Geese I chose colors from the rainbow. Rainbow colors are common colors used to get peoples attention, from picketing signs to a sky that makes everyone stop and stair. No matter how anyone tries, you always recognize geese when they are flying overhead, so naturally this was fitting.
Mallard: The Gold trophy of the skies. Every duck hunter knows that the mallard is the prize in the sky. I matched the mallard feed call to the lines and its frequency. It starts with two very high equal distinct patterned call, then they reduce in sound until silent.
Wood Duck: A wood ducks whistle is one of the strongest whistles made by any other migratory bird. They start out very dramatic and then they reduce the tone down to a very thin, long drawn whistle which ends in a very chaotic encore.
Frogs: Rum, Rum, Ribbet, Ribbet. A frogs sound starts out strong and gently dissipates into a ripple of multilayer tones. The color green was used to match that of a frog.
Beaver Splash: The splash starts out very loud, vibrant, and it is a great attention getter, but it fades very quickly. A beaver will splash the water when it feels like its life may be in danger.
Wood pecker: Almost everyone has heard a woodpecker. It starts out quiet with no noise, just anticipation, then it explodes into a very loud rapid pattern.