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Wild Turkey (ringtone)
Wild Turkey
Meleagris gallopavo
Ben Franklin's choice for our national bird, it's distinctive gobble is hard to mistake, and a great ringtone.
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Bald Eagle (ringtone)
Bald Eagle
Haliaeetus leucocephalus
Just removed from the Endangered Species List, the Bald Eagle is making a remarkable comeback.
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Barn Owl (ringtone)
Barn Owl
Tyto alba
The Barn Owls haunting screech is the perfect sound for Halloween.
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Coyote (ringtone)
Coyote
Canis latrans
You can hear the howl of a coyote seeking a mate just about anywhere in the U.S. now.
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Howler Monkey (ringtone)
Howler Monkey
Alouatta pigra
The Howler Monkey is certainly one of the loudest creatures in all the Americas.
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Elk (bugling) (ringtone)
Elk (bugling)
Cervus elaphus
Lady elk just can't resist the distinctive bugling call of the magnificent bull elk.
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Snowy Tree Cricket (ringtone)
Snowy Tree Cricket
Oecanthus fultoni
Male crickets make this call until their mate arrives—then things get interesting.
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Swainson
Swainson's Thrush
Catharus ustulatus
The song of Swainson's Thrush looking for love is one of the first notes of spring.
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Canada Goose (ringtone)
Canada Goose
Branta canadensise
Canada Geese are among the most familiar of North America's waterfowl.
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