Free nature, bird, animal ringtones!
Below, you will find some absolutely free MP3 ringtones for your cell phone. You only have to download them and send to your phone, or browse the ring tones from your phone and download them.
We provide free ringtones, as gifts, to help promote interest in nature and our nature sound albums.
For Sale Specials: Write the name of the free CD of your choice in the comment section of your shopping cart, when placing the order. In addition to the special offer, you will receive a discount coupon for your next order.
I hope, since you are interested in nature, bird, and animal ringtones, that you will also be interested in purchasing some of my nature sound CDs and MP3 albums. Browse and order our CD titles or our MP3 albums and single track downloads. Optionally, you may also purchase our MP3 albums at CDbaby.com, Amazon MP3, and iTunes, just search for the artist name, Bruce Rutkoski.
Note: The below sounds have been modified to create suitable ring tones by greatly decreasing the natural gaps between sounds.
Use the Myxer interface below, browse directly from your web enabled cell phone from myxer.com/NATUREGUY or Text "NATUREGUY" to 69937("MYXER"), or +447797806195 if you are outside the United States. Standard/other carrier charges may apply. Compatible with most carriers including AT&T, Cellular One, Sprint, and TMobile. Text STOP to 69937 to opt out.
You may also save the file to your computer and upload to your phone by using the download links below.
More ringtones will be added in the future.
If you don't like to use Myxer or incurring possible cell phone carrier charges for the data transfer, you can preview the below sounds. Open the play list by clicking the "list icon" to the left of the title playing. Download them to your computer using a right-mouse-click (alternate-mouse-click on the Mac) on the link, inside the below table, and select "Save Target As" from the menu.
|Wood Thrush||Baltimore Oriole|
|Oven Bird||Common Yellowthroat|
Most cell phones allow you to add a new ringtone by sending a binary ringtone code over the Internet, either by email or through an SMS gateway. Here's how to do it. (Please, before attempting this make sure that your cell phone is able to receive ring tones in this way.) It's easy and will only take about five minutes.
1. Simply attach the ring tone file that you downloaded to an e-mail and send it to your cell phone. If you do not know your cellphone's e-mail address, you will be able to find it from the list below.
2. Once your cell phone has received your ringtone, review your manual to see how to apply it as a ringtone with your specific make and model phone.
E-mail addresses for your cell phone service provider:
AT&T Wireless (now part of Cingular) : your phone number without spaces or dashes (including area code)@mmode.com (Example: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cingular: your phone number without spaces or dashes (including area code)@mobile.mycingular.com OR your phone number without spaces or dashes (including area code)@cingularme.com (Example: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Nextel: your phone number without spaces or dashes (including area code)@messaging.nextel.com (Example: email@example.com)
Sprint PCS: your phone number without spaces or dashes (including area code)@messaging.sprintpcs.com (Example: firstname.lastname@example.org)
T-Mobile: your phone number without spaces or dashes (including area code)@tmomail.net (Example: email@example.com)
Verizon: your phone number without spaces or dashes (including area code)@vtext.com (Example: firstname.lastname@example.org)