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“This assortment of natural sounds is in sharp contrast to the jarring jangle of most electronica and an educational reminder about the extinction crisis.”
- Curves magazine

“Wireless ringtones and social consciousness. An unlikely pair? Not anymore.”
- Wireless Week

“Change the ring tone on your cell phone, and help change the world.”
- CBS-13, Sacramento

“An ingenious viral marketing tactic to promote awareness of…the extinction crisis.”
- Green Wombat

“So geeky, it's gotta be cool. Or at least close to cool.”
- Seattle Post-Intelligencer

“The Center for Biological Diversity has discovered the power of reaching mobile content junkies with its message of saving endangered species.”
- Tech Journal South

“These ringtones are like nothing you may have heard before…in a simple note, brilliant.”
- The Easterner

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kudos from media

Financial Content
April 15, 2010 - New iPhone App Features Wolf Howls, World's Largest Free Collection of Endangered Animal Ringtones

January 2, 2009 - Free wild ringtones bring out the animal in your phone

Gainesville Sun
March 27, 2007 - Your Cell Phone Ringtone Speaks Volumes About You

March 20, 2007 - Why are Ringtones-for-Good So Hot?

ABC News
March 15, 2007 - Ahead of the Curve

Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
March 8, 2007 - Endangered Animal Sounds Are Latest Cell Phone Ring Tones

Malaysia News Online
March 8, 2007 - Education Through Ringtones

The State
March 4, 2007 - Environmental Activists Use Cell-Phone Ring Tones to Make a Statement

PC World
March 2, 2007 - Ribbit! Sorry, I Have to Take This Call

Green Options
February 28, 2007 - The Call of the Wild on Your Cell Phone

Future Tense
February 28, 2007 – Environmental Group Offers Endangered Animal Sounds for Ring Tones

Plenty magazine
February 27, 2007 - Cell Phone Activism

The Easterner
February 26, 2007 - Briefcasey

All Headline News
February 26, 2007 - Center for Biological Diversity Uses Free Endangered Wildlife Ringtones to Save Endangered Species

Wireless Week
January 9, 2007 - Offbeat: Hoo-Hoo's Calling?

Fox News
January 9, 2007 - Web Site Offers Endangered Species Ringtones to Raise Awareness

February 26, 2007 - Groups Offer Ringtones With a Statement

Stockton Record
January 8, 2007 - The Pig Says Oink. The Cat Says Meow. The Cell Phone Says Ribbit. 

January 8, 2007 - New Ring Tones Benefit Endangered Species

San Diego Union Tribune
December 23, 2006 - Eco-friendly Merchandising Makes for 'Green' Christmas

Green Wombat
December 20, 2006 - Calls of the Wild: Endangered Species Ringtones

The Inquirer
December 19, 2006 - Make Your Mobile Phone Whale

Seattle Post-Intelligencer
December 18, 2006 - No to "Sexy Back," Yes to Blakiston's Fish Owl



"I just downloaded the orca ring tone!!! This is so awesome! My nine-year-old (on her way to becoming a marine biologist or veterinarian in a zoo) will think I am the coolest mom ever!!! Thanks and keep up the great work!!! By the way, this couldn’t have been easier!!!!"
- AC

- Huskies1

"I have just downloaded the wolf and it is just awesome. Way to go!!! A far cry from the electronic sounds my phone came with."
- Swallow

"Thanks! easy, took about 2 minutes, sounds cool, different from every other cell phone out there, so I'll know it's my phone that's ringing, and will give me a reason to chat people up about the problem of endangered marine species—my passion! fight for the orca!"
- Atom

"This is awesome, when we hear the sounds of these animals and we all come to realize how much we love them and how we are taking over their habitat and how bad we feel, but how soon we forget that it all is too real! We need to save theses animals and let them have their space and be free and live their life in peace!"
- Sweetlisahunny

"Hoooowling cool ringtone. This is a good idea to spread the word about endangered animals."
- Kimbo

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