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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2007 1:11 pm    Post subject: Wildlife Ringtones Reply with quote

So there I was in the local 7-11 and was about to pay when I heard an elk bugle in the store, we all looked around and see a guy smile and answer his cell phone. Well out of curiosity I found a few sites that cater to just that - here is one of them:

wildliferingtones.msto...gtone.com/

there are others out there, my favorite is the turkey gobbling and then you hear the shotgun go off. The Rocky Mtn Elk Foundation has some also and are also providing cell phone wall paper.

In order to do my due dilligence, I feel that I need to also state that I am merely posting this out of humor, I have no financial interest in the site nor am I suggesting that anybody buy these - I just though that the idea was funny. Enjoy.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2007 10:20 pm    Post subject: Re: Wildlife Ringtones Reply with quote

Very Happy I used my electronic varmint call and recorded them to my phone and then transfered them to the ring tone file.Crows for incoming call,coyote howl for mail,squeeling pigs for my ex! Very Happy
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