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Wild Calls iPhone Application from the
Center for Biological Diversity

Everything you need to fill your week with calls of the wild and opportunities to take action for endangered species, clean air, clean water, and wild places.

Here's what you get:

- Listen to a weekly sound recording randomly chosen from 30 cool, wild, rare and fascinating species. Easily adjust the scheduled time of the recording.

- Download any of 30 rare or endangered species ringtones and wallpaper images, find out more about each species, and sign up to receive e-mail action alerts and newsletters from the Center for Biological Diversity.

- Browse the Center’s weekly e-newsletter Endangered Earth Online for all the latest news about endangered species and wild places.

- Take action on your mobile device to help save rare and endangered species.

- Get the latest press releases from the Center for Biological Diversity.

All for FREE.

Download from http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wild-calls/id366586472.

The iPhone application was developed by a team including Tom Wallace, creative director of Mobile Culture Lab — a division of Label Networks — and Bradley Feldman, owner of Bradley Mobile Media, LLC.


FAQ

How do I set my weekly sound delivery?
Enter the "Call of the Wild" section of the app. Select the time and day of the the week to schedule the delivery. When the time rolls around, you'll receive a push notification that will play a recording of a rare or endangered species and remind you to enter the Wild Calls app. Change the schedule or cancel the push notification at any time in the "Call of the Wild" section.

How do I use the downloadable endangered species sounds for ringtones or an alarm?

+ Ringtones
+ Alarm

How do I preview and download ringtones?
Select the "Rare Earthtones" section of the app. Browse through the species list. Tap on any that strike your fancy and then tap on buttons to preview, download or find out more about the species. If you choose to download, you'll need to enter your name and email address. We'll e-mail you links to download a ringtone and wallpaper image for the species you selected. We'll also add you to our list to receive our weekly e-newsletter and other opportunities to take action for endangered species and wild places. You can opt out of our e-mail list at any time here.

How do I change the email address where ringtone and wallpaper links are being sent?
Go to your iPhone settings, then to applications, tap on Wild Calls, and change your email address there.

Mexican spotted owl photo © Robin Silver