Albums

Our nature, bird and animal sounds albums take you into the deep woods, prairies, lakes and along the shoreline. We have albums that are made for streaming with bird calls, storms, thunder, spring peepers, frogs and all sorts of sounds of nature. Many of our tracks you can loop for relaxing background sounds, white noise, meditation and sleep backgrounds. We also have albums with collections of bird and animal calls which can be streamed or downloaded and converted as ringtones for your Android mobile phone.  Buy the tracks individually or the entire album of short tracks and create great bird and animal custom ringtones, alerts and alarms. Check our streaming albums on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, and your favorite streaming site.

Please use our sounds responsibly!  They are extremely high quality and can be disruptive to birds and wildlife if misused.  We recommend following the American Birding Association Code of Ethics .

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Chicken Clucking iPhone Ringtone
$1.29
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Found on every continent except Antarctica, the chicken is the most popular bird on Earth. They are also pretty smart. Chickens can identify over 100 different chickens and remember them in relation to their own "pecking order." (Try doing that yourself with your co-workers!) They live in a complex social system and have over 30 different calls that humans have been able to identify. This chicken clucking ringtone is just one example. And, yes, they are affectionate. First domesticated in S.E. Asia, chickens eventually made their way around world. Because of their popularity as food, they are often mass produced in huge factory farms and undergo selective breeding to produce over sized breasts. If you eat chickens try to get them from small farms which produce chickens and eggs humanely - free-range where chickens can do what they do best - scratch around with other chickens outside. 
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Donkey Braying iPhone Ringtone
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One of the best ways to tell the difference between donkeys and horses are by their ears - donkeys are the ones with the really big ears. For thousands of years, Donkeys have been kept and used by people for a lot of things. But, unlike horses, donkeys seem to have their own minds and prefer to so what is best for the donkey. Sometimes, this is not what the human wants, and so there is often a standoff. Donkeys are also great guard animals and, will develop a strong bond with them so that one donkey can protect an entire herd of sheep or goats on his own. Donkeys are also terrific companion animals to other animals. Since they are very friendly, they will encourage the animals they are with to be the same. Young foals (baby horses) are sometimes given a donkey as a companion to make it easier for them when they are separated from their mother. This is good for the donkey, too, who like us, really needs friendship. Get this friendly donkey ringtone for you iPhone.  
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Elk Bugling iPhone Ringtone
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This big male elk is bugling for his harem. During the rut cows and calves stay together in a group with one or two males. Once roaming all across North America, today they live in 25 US states and 7 Canadian territories. This ringtone is a great example of a bull elk bugle.
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Horse Whinny iPhone Ringtone
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Horses have been used by humans for many things including plowing, transportation, food and in war. The first horses lived around 50 million years ago and had toes, not hooves. Horses have the largest eyes of any land mammal, they have a range of vision of 350 degrees and can see in two colors. Horses are social animals and can live 25 years in small herds in the wild. They have a complex sort of communication which includes sound and body language. Since they spend many years together with the same animals in their herd, they form close emotional bonds with them. While "breaking" horses often using very harsh tactics for many years was the preferred method of training them, many people have found that learning how to communicate with horses through understanding their behavior and body language to train them is a better, safer and faster training method for both the horse and the human.    
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Mallard Duck Quacking iPhone Ringtone
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The Mallard duck is found in freshwater lakes and streams all across North America. This male has the gorgeous green iridescent head for which Mallards are known. The females are much less flashy and their brown feathers blend in well as they incubate the eggs and care for their ducklings. This mallard duck quack ringtone makes a great message alert.
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Northern Cardinal Call iPhone Ringtone
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This cheerful bright red bird is the state bird in 7 US states: IL, IN, KY, NC, OH, VA, WV. It is a beautiful and common feeder bird which has extended its range north in the last hundred years. And not just the males sing - females sometimes sing from the nest! Are they giving their mate their dinner order? This ringtone is the familiar melodious cardinal song.
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Pig Oinking iPhone Ringtone
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One of the smartest creatures in the barnyard is the pig. Thought to have an intelligence level of that of a 3 year old human child, pigs are smarter than dogs while just as friendly and affectionate. When allowed to live a natural life, they will hang out and play with other pigs, have strong friendships with them, make beds, lounge in the sun and protect each other. Some people think pigs are dirty, but this is not true. They are often found in the mud which they use like a spa to keep cool!. Mother pigs and their little piglets have a very strong bond, and in nature she is very choosy about where to build the nest for birthing or farrowing her piglets. Sadly, in factory farms pigs are not allowed to do any of these things. So, if you want to eat pigs, you might want to check out your local farmer who raises pigs in natural conditions so they can have some time to be pigs.
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Rooster Crowing iPhone Ringtone
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Nothing like a rooster ringtone to wake up the neighbors. In free-roaming flocks, he's the one who guards the hens and oversees the complex social relationships of the flock. Clearly something to crow about!
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Sheep Bleating iPhone Ringtone
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Sheep were domesticated between 9000 and 11000 years ago and they are found anywhere humans are as they are adaptable to different habitats and humans use them for many things - from wool to meat. They tend to flock together as a survival tactic - so predators cannot easily pluck one on its own. In fact, sheep become very stressed when separated from their herd members. Sheep can be very destructive grazers, and can cause a lot of damage. However, sheep are an environmentally friendly help in forestry, agricultural clearing as well as just mowing your lawn as long as they are left to graze for a short period of time.
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Whooping Crane Bird Call iPhone Ringtone
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There are 15 species of cranes that live across the world, but the rarest crane lives in North America. In 1941 only 22 wild birds existed as they were hunted for their feathers, and it seemed the Whooping Crane was effectively extinct. A group of passionate conservationists started a captive breeding program now there are about 600 Whooping Cranes in the wild.  However, while there is progress, they remain on the Endangered Species List.Our thanks to
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Broad-winged Hawk Bird Call iPhone Alert
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Brown-headed Cowbird Bird Call iPhone Ringtone
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Chimney Swift Bird Call iPhone Ringtone
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Common Redpoll Bird Call iPhone Ringtone
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Nearly every other winter, the Common Redpoll is a welcome winter visitor to backyard feeders. Shortages of seed crops in the northern forest cause massive flocks of redpolls to move south, invading bird feeders across the Northeast. The redpoll is a small-headed brown and white bird, with streaky sides, a red forehead, and black around a yellow bill. It’s easy to mistake a Redpoll for a similar-looking House Finch, but no other finch has black around the bill on the face. Often seen in groups, Redpolls can sometimes “take over” your bird feeders with flocks numbering more than a hundred individuals! You can attract Redpolls to your yard by offering fresh niger (thistle) seed in multiple finch feeders during the winter months.
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Cougar Snarl iPhone Ringtone
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Laughing Gull Bird Call iPhone Ringtone
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Northern Hawk Owl Bird Call iPhone Ringtone
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These denizens of boreal forests from North America to Europe and Russia are appropriately named hawk owls as they are owls who look and behave a lot like hawks. Rodents comprise most of this owl’s dinners, and they can be found hunting rodents at any time day or night. One of the most unusual things about Northern Hawk Owls is that they have extremely good eyesight, and are able to visually find their prey up to a half mile away! This also makes them easier to see than other owls as they may be found during the day perched on top of tall trees searching for food. They also have good hearing and can pounce on rodents under snow. Like the Snowy Owl, Northern Hawk Owls will fly south in search of food in irruptions. This is a very unique owl with a distinctive call.
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American Woodcock Bird Call iPhone Ringtone
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Also known as a "Timberdoodle", this superbly camouflaged snipe-like bird has a football-shaped body, small head, and a very long beak. Unlike other shorebirds, Woodcocks feed in young forests where their camouflage coloring makes them difficult to see hidden in the leaf litter. They take slow steps, using their long, flexible beaks to probe the soil for their favorite food, earthworms. Their eyes are positioned on the sides of their head, but very far back and up high, making it possible for them to feed with their heads down while keeping watch for predators above. Woodcocks are known for their special buzzy "peent" sound, which the males make when they are doing aerial displays for females.  For such bulky, quiet, and unassuming birds, their mating displays at dusk and dawn are something special to see, and the easiest way to see them.   
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Barred Owl Hoot iPhone Ringtone
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If you hear "who cooks for you, who cooks for you" in the middle of the night in the forest, chances are you are hearing a Barred owl. Opportunistic hunters, Barred owls will prey on rodents, birds and even crayfish  which occasionally gives them pinkish color in their feathers.
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Canyon Wren Bird Song iPhone Ringtone
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This denizen of the arid and rocky mountains and canyonlands of the western US like most wrens, has a really interesting song. Canyon Wrens are well adapted to their dry and rocky terrain where they are found climbing on rocks and looking for insects such as spiders in rock crevices With a white front, dark brown and rust body overall, they have very long beaks which they need to pry insects from between rocks. Finding a Canyon Wren is so much easier if you just listen for the song, which typically precedes the appearance of this attractive and musical wren.