Ringtones

Ringtones and Alarm tones for mobile phones

Packages of bird sounds selected from the habitat types featured in the new digital album Bird Sounds of Sri Lanka Habitat Edition 2017 are offered below. The selected sounds have been specially prepared for use as ringtones and alarm tones (for morning wakeup calls) on mobile phones. Each package contains two bird sounds, one for each of these two purposes, selected from the named habitat type of the album.

A link will be sent via email to download the selected package/s. Once a package is downloaded the two bird sounds in it can be copied to a mobile phone’s memory and then allocated one as  the ringtone and the other as the wakeup alarm tone as desired, through the phone’s ‘Settings’ menu.

The selected bird sounds have been specially prepared and optimized for these purposes, and their audio quality tested on several mobile phones to ensure that they are heard clearly even in a rather noisy environment.

The packages will be available from 1st August 2017 onwards.

A special price of Rs 200/- is offered for a package ordered together with the new digital album Bird Sounds of Sri Lanka Habitat Edition 2017, before 31st July.

The price of a package ordered without the new digital album is Rs. 300/-

 

  • Package 1: from Birds of the marshes

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    Red-wattled Lapwing: The anxious or alarm call of this bird is a powerful and repetitive sound. The bird is found at wetlands throughout the country.
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    Stork-billed Kingfisher: The song of this kingfisher is a loud, undulating musical sound. This large kingfisher is found at wetlands throughout the lowlands and lower hills.
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  • Package 2: from Birds in town gardens
     
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    White-throated Kingfisher: The song of this familiar kingfisher is a far-carrying and a pleasant whinnying sound. It is a familiar bird and found throughout the country.
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    White-bellied Drongo: The songs of this bird are quite varied and musical. This is a familiar drongo found in many parts of the country.
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  • Package 3: from Birds in grassland and scrubland
     
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    Grey Francolin: The song is a far-carrying, loud and repetitive sound. This large quail-like bird is restricted to coastal areas in the north of the country.
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    Grey-breasted Prinia: The songs of this prinia are loud and powerful for its small size, and comprises rapid, musical notes. This little bird is found in many parts of the country.
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Photos by Sudheera Bandara