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Zoo Sound Effects

Leafgreen LLC

Entertainment, Education

IOS
GBP 0.99


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Surround yourself with the wild hoots and howls of zoo animals!

Take a virtual trip to the zoo with fun zoo animal sounds! With this app you'll gain access to amazing zoo sounds that bring wild animal adventures into the comfort of your home. Hear the loud roar of a lion, the growl of a bear or the bark of a seal! These real animal sounds will put you in the shoes of the zookeeper!

You'll delight in a wide variety of zoo animal sounds to explore! The feline family is well represented with not only classic lion and tiger vocalizations, but also sounds of other big cats such as cheetahs and cougars! Wolf howls and hyena laughter bring representation to the canines, while gorillas and monkeys give voice to the primates. You'll even find sounds from some of the largest land mammals such as hippos and elephants!

A family trip to the zoo is always a favorite exciting outing, and now you can bring a taste of the zoo home with you! Kids and babies will love listening to wild animal sounds! Play fun identification games to learn more! Can you tell the difference between the tiger and the cheetah?

Fun and educational zoo sounds are the perfect way to explore animal sounds today!



Release notes


Fixed background image bug that appeared with iOS 11.



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Bat Sounds!
Bat Sounds!

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Bats are nocturnal flying mammals that sound as unique as they look and behave! Find out for yourself with this cool bat sounds app!

Many of the sounds that bats make (for example, those used for echo location - allowing the bat to "see" in the dark using sound and echoes) are ultrasonic, or above the pitch that human hearing can detect. However, bats also make many sounds that we CAN hear! During daylight hours, bats typically sleep in caves or other dark areas; but as nighttime descends, bats leave their homes to spend the cool, dark hours of night hunting for fruit, insects or other sources of food. When bats are flying nearby you can often hear them whooshing through the air, fluttering their wings, or making squeaks, chirps or clicks to communicate. With this app you can hear these unique and interesting bat sounds without even going outside!

Use this app as an educational tool to learn various bat sounds and better understand bat communication! These eerie nighttime sounds can also be a great addition to spooky haunted houses or Halloween themed parties! You can even use these sounds as ringtones or share them with friends!...
Bee Sounds!
Bee Sounds!

Free
You don’t have to be a beekeeper to hear the amazing sounds made by tiny little honeybees. With this app, you can experience bee sounds without any worry of being stung!

Since honeybees live in hives that can include over 60,000 members, communication is essential for these little insects and sound is a primary way that they talk to one another. While most people only hear the occasionally buzzing of a few bees flying around, bees actually make roughly 10 different sounds in the hive, from humming to “piping” and “quacking”. A bee hive is never quiet, as worker bees are always fanning their wings to ventilate the hive, creating the characteristic humming noise. Bees also make sounds to tell others where to find the best flowers for pollen, to warn the hive of danger, or to calm the hive after a threat has passed. One way that bees make sounds is by vibrating their wings or bodies at varying frequencies. Bees don’t have ears like humans do, so they rely on their legs and antennae to “hear” sounds by feeling the vibrations.

Experience the strange and interesting sounds of bees! See if you can tell the difference between different types of buzzing!...
Canary Sounds
Canary Sounds

Free
Canaries are beloved birds, known for their beautiful voices. Now you can access their beautiful songs with this app!

Canaries are found wild in nature but also kept as domesticated pets. These yellow or orange feathered songbirds pleasantly chirp and tweet musical melodies that will delight your ears! Take a listen to these sweet canaries singing, and you'll imagine them perched happily in a tree or flying gracefully overhead. These canary sounds can be used for fun listening (kids love this!) or can even be used to help identify canaries in the wild during birdwatching expeditions.

Check out the app now to access beautiful canary songs you can listen to anytime!...
Cardinal Sounds
Cardinal Sounds

Free
Birdwatchers will delight in these genuine cardinal sounds!

These beautiful birds are common visitors to backyard bird feeders and are well known for both their appearance and their song! While there are many species of cardinals which vary in appearance, the most noticeable is the northern cardinal. The male northern cardinal features a red body with a bright red pointed crest on the top of its head. Females of this species have mostly brown bodies with bright red accents on their crest, wings and tail. Since these birds do not typically migrate, it is common during winter to see a bright red cardinal in beautiful contrast against a snowy white background!

In spring and summer, cardinals sing a unique song comprised of a two-part repeating whistle or tweet. Cardinals also have as many as 16 different calls used to communicate! The most common is a metallic sounding chirp that is used to warn off intruders or predators or alert their mate as they approach the nest with food. During mate-feeding, a behavior where the male bird feeds seeds to the female, a softer took sound may be heard.

Learn to identify various cardinal sounds today and listen for them in your own backyard!...
Cricket Sounds!
Cricket Sounds!

Free
Hear cricket sounds just like you would in nature!

Nothing says summer like the melodious chirping of crickets in the grass on a warm evening! Unlike notoriously loud and annoying insects such as cicadas, crickets play their song in a tone that is typically more tolerable or even enjoyable to the human ear. Crickets make their unique sound not with vocal cords, but rather by rubbing their wings together much like a stringed instrument being played with a bow. The cricket moves the top of one wing against the textured edge of the other wing, producing their signature noise. These bugs, which are related to grasshoppers, come in hundreds of different species, all of which have a slightly unique sound. Can you hear the difference between each of the cricket songs featured in this app?

You can use the sounds in this app for educational purposes as you learn to identify cricket sounds, or simply have fun with the unique noises!...
Crow Sounds
Crow Sounds

Free
Hear harsh cawing and other unique crow sounds with this app!

Not all birds have beautiful voices; unlike songbirds who create pleasant springtime melodies, the crow isn't very musical. These common black birds can make over 20 different complex sounds, including coos, rattles, clicks, and of course, their characteristic caws. Most of the crow's harsh-sounding vocalizations consist of two distinct types of caws. First, the crow makes patterned caws used to call out to companions for no reason in particular. Second, the crow makes more irregular caws of varying pitch and intensity used to react to events and threats around them, such as warning of a nearby predator or fighting over food. Once you are familiar with crow sounds, you'll be able to tell the difference between various types of crow caws!

Use the sounds in this app to study bird sounds or simply for entertainment!...
Elephant Sounds!
Elephant Sounds!

Free
You don’t have to go on an African safari, or even to the local zoo, to hear wild elephant calls!

Elephants are one of the largest and most majestic animals in the world. Large African and smaller Asian elephants alike use their unique trunks to make trumpeting and rumbling sounds. Rumbles are typically used to communicate with fellow herd members, voicing playfulness or helping the herd decide which direction to move. Louder and more aggressive trumpeting noises are used as a warning to predators or intruders on the elephants’ territory. In addition to the characteristic rumbling and trumpeting of elephants, these animals can also make other vocalizations, such as snorts, roars, barks and cries. Perhaps most amazing of all, elephants actually imitate other sounds using their trunks!

Be prepared to be amazed by the incredible elephant communication sounds in this app! Plus, kids will love them too!...
Oriole Sounds
Oriole Sounds

Free
Explore various oriole sounds just like you'd hear in your natural surroundings!

Brightly colored orioles, commonly called Baltimore orioles, are common birds to spot in the eastern United States! These orange and black birds are some of the most beautiful and noticeable songbirds. While they are often spotted in neighborhoods or parks, their natural habitat is open woodlands where they prefer to nest in elm trees. Their nests, woven by the female birds, are unique hanging baskets woven of various natural materials such as grass, bark or hair. Orioles eat a variety of foods, including insects, fruits, and of course seeds from backyard bird feeders!

The oriole's vocalizations consist of both songs and calls. The song of the oriole is made up of whistling notes in short phrases. This song sounds like a beautiful flute melody! The male oriole commonly sings to defend its breeding territory. The female also sings shorter songs to communicate with her mate. Occasionally mated pairs of orioles can even be heard singing together in harmony! Aside from their melodic songs, oriole calls are commonly used to communicate with one another and defend the nesting area. These calls include a chatter call, a 'chuck' alarm call, and even a unique scream call made by females when their nest is threatened. These social birds commonly respond to each other's calls and fly over quickly to help when needed!

Listen to genuine oriole sounds and learn to identify and understand the unique vocalizations of these colorful songbirds!...
Owl Sounds
Owl Sounds

Free
Ask the wise old owl for advice and the answer will be a hoot! Hear hoots and other owl sounds with this app!

More sophisticated than the peep or chirp and more practical than a lengthy songbird’s melody, the wise old owl’s hoot is unique and to the point. A common owl vocalization is a territorial “whoo-hoo” with a unique rhythm. Beyond these soft hoots, owls also communicate using other sounds such as whistles, barks, shrieks and coos. Baby owls may even scream at the top of their little lungs to request food when they're hungry. While other birds, such as mourning doves, sound similar to an owl hooting, one way to determine whether the sound you hear is an owl is by when you hear it. Unlike most other birds who call out near or during daylight hours, nocturnal owls may be heard at night. Owls are also sometimes heard in winter, when it is less common to hear other birdsongs.

Learn and explore owl sounds today. Kids and adults alike will be amazed at the unique and varied owl sounds you can hear!...
Robin Sounds
Robin Sounds

Free
Listen to real life robin sounds that will help you identify these colorful birds on birdwatching expeditions or even in your own backyard!

Robins are one of the most common birds in North America! If you have a bird feeder it's likely you've seen this beautiful red-breasted bird. Robins usually have black or brown heads and backs, but boast a bright red to orange chest that makes them easy to spot! Male and female robins look similar, though the males tend to be more brightly colored than their female counterparts. While these birds do migrate south in the winter, they can typically be found throughout most of the United States year-round. Aside from their bright red chest, robins are also known for another color - the color of their eggs! Robin eggs are a unique blue color that has been named "robin's egg blue".

Robins are often heard early in the morning, greeting the dawn with their song even before other birds begin to sing. These worm-eating birds might even be the inspiration behind the common saying, "the early bird gets the worm"! Robins sing a cheery whistling song comprised of roughly ten notes in repeated syllables. Robins also use various other calls to communicate, from soft cucks to alarmed peeps! Robins even make a vocalization that sounds like laughter!

Hear various robin songs and calls that will help you identify these birds by sound! Listen carefully and you might just hear a robin on your next walk through your neighborhood!...
Seagull Sounds
Seagull Sounds

£0.99
Hear the sound of a wild beach with these seagull sounds!

Seagulls, also known as simply gulls, are common birds found along the coasts, from the Pacific to the Atlantic, as well as down in the tropics of the Caribbean. These seabirds are relatively large birds with grey or white feathers covering their wings and bodies. Flying over beaches and shallow waters, seagulls hunt for fish and crabs, both dead and alive, to eat. On populated beaches, gulls can even be seen scavenging human food, though this actually poses a threat to the birds!

There is nothing like the loud caw of a seagull to make you feel like you're at the beach! Far from the pleasant tweeting melody of a songbird, seagulls have loud and raw vocalizations that sound more like a scream or screech. Seagulls commonly make a 'mew' sound or a loud ‘ha-ha-ha’ that serves as an alarm call. Both male and female gulls make a 'huoh-huoh' sound during courtship or confrontations over territory. Can you identify these unique seagull sounds?

Learn about seagull communication by listening to real high-quality seagull cries and calls today! You can even use these sounds to call to real seagulls at the beach!...
Sheep Sounds
Sheep Sounds

Free
Baa-baa black sheep, have you any wool?

Anyone who has heard the familiar children's nursery rhyme can tell you that a sheep says "baa". But what does a real sheep actually sound like? Is it baa or bah? What about meh? And what is a bleat? Settle the uncertainty about sheep sounds with these real sheep noises!

You'll hear hearty baas and cute little bleats, which are wavering sheep cries made especially by baby lambs. You can hear a single sheep crying out or a chorus of sheep voices joining together in a loud ruckus! You'll be amazed at how loud a group of sheep can be. Sheep vocalize for different reasons, which may include anticipating food or communicating stress to the rest of their herd. With this app, there's no need to go all the way to the farm to hear real sheep sounds. Kids will love learning about barnyard animal noises, and even adults will be entertained!

Check out sheep sounds today!...
Thunder Sounds
Thunder Sounds

Free
Listen to the deep booms and cracks of thunder with these high quality sounds!

Do you love to curl up under a blanket and drift to sleep listening to the sound of a storm outside? Or perhaps you love to sit at the window watching for lightning and counting until you hear thunder to see how close the storm is? Whether you find the sound of a thunderstorm to be relaxing or exhilarating, you'll love the authentic thunder sounds found here!

Play these thunder sounds to recreate the power of the storm! Just listen and imagine the dark clouds, the heavy air, the first drops of rain... These rumbles and booms may just make you want to go outside and dance in the downpour! Kids and babies love these sounds too - a great way to let them experience the force of nature anytime!

Download the app today to connect with nature and hear all sorts of powerful thunder sounds!...
Tiger Sounds
Tiger Sounds

Free
Tigers may be just big cats, but they sure don’t sound like your little kitty at home!

Tigers are most well-known for their loud, powerful roar. Like other big cats in the wild, tigers roar to defend their territory or get the attention of other tigers. Hearing a tiger roar is special and impressive, but don’t forget that tigers make other sounds too! While tigers don’t purr like housecats (or some big cats like cougars), they do make a unique sound called a chuff to communicate friendliness or pleasure. If threatened or feeling aggressive, tigers also growl, snarl or hiss. But perhaps the most unique vocalization of tigers is a sound called the 'pook' which is believed to be the tiger's attempt to mimic its prey (such as deer) in order to locate or attract it.

If you want to hear some of these amazing tiger vocalizations, you've found the right app. Plus, kids will love to hear all the cool sounds tigers can make!

Learn all about tiger sounds by listening to examples from real tigers!...
Elk Sounds
Elk Sounds

Free
Learn to identify elk vocalizations in the wild with these high-quality elk sounds!

Elk are a large species of mammal closely related to deer. These large creatures typically live in forested areas including mountainous regions and even semi-deserts. The male elk is most well-known for its spectacular antlers, which they grow and shed each year. Elk with enormous antlers are often spotted and photographed in their natural habitats, representing the majesty of the wild. These large animals are also hunted in many regions for game meat and prized trophy antlers.

Male elk, known as bulls, are also well known for their seasonal mating calls, or bugling. The bugle sound is a loud vocalization that the bulls make in order to attract female elk and to establish their dominance over other male elk in the region. While female elk, known as cows, do not bugle, they also communicate via various sounds such as barks or grunts.

With this app you can gain access to high quality elk sounds such as bugles and grunts! Hunters will find these sounds extremely useful for calling elk in the wild!...
Wild Boar Sounds!
Wild Boar Sounds!

Free
Call wild boars with this collection of high quality boar sounds!

Wild boars are the hairy cousins of domestic pigs. These swine relatives have much in common, from their general appearance to their behaviors. Wild boars, also sometimes called hogs, sounds very similar to the pink pigs you might encounter on a farm. Perhaps not quite the "oink" you might expect from Old MacDonald's pigs, but pig-like just the same! These large animals root about in the earth while making loud grunts, snorts and squeals.

Hunters will find these boar sounds to be extremely useful for inviting these wild animals to come near during hunting expeditions! Boars are curious social animals and will come to investigate when they hear another boar calling. Play a louder grunt to call in the animals from afar, and switch to a softer sound once they are near. Kids and babies will love these sounds as well, as entertainment and a great way to learn about the sounds of wild nature!

Check out genuine boar calls today!...
Sparrow Sounds
Sparrow Sounds

£0.99
Hear sparrow sounds that will help you recognize these common birds in your own backyard!

While sparrows may not be as flashy as some brightly colored songbirds, these familiar birds often live in cities and neighborhoods, making them an important bird to recognize! Sparrows are small, plump, brown or grey birds that are highly social. They often live in large flocks and can be found nesting near or even in human houses! The sparrow is one of a few types of birds that practice dust bathing, a behavior where the sparrow digs a small hole then lays down and uses its wings to flick dust over its body.

Sparrows may be harder to spot than other birds, since their subtle brown feathers offer a bit of camouflage in their natural surroundings. However, once you learn sparrow sounds you'll be able to identify these birds without even seeing them! Sparrow songs are simple and consist of a series of 'cheep' notes. Makes are typically the ones who sing, using their voices to attract a mate. Female sparrows only occasionally use their song, also in hopes of attracting a new mating partner. In flocks, sparrows also use other calls to communicate, such as a single 'cheep' to indicate submissiveness. Females also make a chattering sound to chase off other females.

Listen to the sparrow's simple yet beautiful song! Birdwatchers will delight in recognizing the sparrow by its voice alone!...
Bird Sounds!
Bird Sounds!

Free
From simple tweets and chirps to beautiful birdsongs, this app has them all!

Birds can be heard anywhere, from wilderness forests to suburban backyards. But not all birds sound alike! There is incredible diversity in the types of sounds that birds can make.

Birds such as the canary, robin and sparrow are well-known for their beautiful voices and can be heard singing their unique songs for the entire world to hear. Other wild birds such as cardinals and orioles can also be heard whistling their songs in the early morning. Cockatiels, a popular type of pet bird, frequently whistle and chirp to communicate with their owners and other birds. But not all birds have such melodic voices… Hawks make loud screeching screams as they fly high in the sky and crows use a harsh caw sound to communicate. Quacking and honking are also bird sounds made by the water-loving duck and goose. While most birds are only heard during the day, nocturnal owls wake at night to hunt and can be heard calling out with an eerie hoo-hoo noise.

This app is great for birdwatchers who can learn to identify various bird sounds as a trick for spotting these beautiful birds in the wild! Kids and babies will have a blast listening to strange bird sounds too – an activity that is both fun and educational at the same time!...
Cockatiel Sounds
Cockatiel Sounds

Free
Hear genuine cockatiel whistles and songs today!

Cockatiels are one of the most common pet birds in the world! These beautiful birds are characterized by a unique yellow crest of feathers sticking up on the top of their heads. Sometimes thought of as small parrots or cockatoos, cockatiels typically get along well with humans, making them the perfect companion bird to keep at home!

Cockatiels are talkative birds, commonly chirping and whistling to communicate with their human owners or other birds. Different types of sounds mean different things, so learning cockatiel vocalizations can help you understand your pet bird. Hearing other cockatiel sounds can even help calm your bird when he is agitated or upset!

A common cockatiel sound is a loud vocalization that is somewhere in between a whistle and a scream or squeal. This noise typically means the bird is either afraid or excited. Softer chatter or singing is usually a sign that your bird is happy or bored. Hissing can be heard from cockatiels who are feeling scared and threatened. Cockatiels also make many other calls and whistles, especially since like their parrot cousins, cockatiels mimic whistles that they hear in their environment!

Play these real-life cockatiel sounds for your pet cockatiel at home!...
Whistle Sounds
Whistle Sounds

Free
If you need to blow the whistle but don’t have a real whistle on hand, you’ve found the right app! This app features high-quality whistle noises that sound just like a real whistle – no one will even know the difference!

This app is perfect for sports coaches and athletic trainers – no need to keep old fashioned whistles around any longer! Play the whistle sounds loudly to be heard across the soccer field or running track. These whistle sounds can also be used indoors on the basketball court or along side the swimming pool. Signal your athletes to start and stop reps during practice, or make the tough call for a foul during games!

Even if you’re not an athletic coach, these whistle sounds may come in very handy! Keep whistle sounds on hand to call for help in a scary situation if you are walking alone at night or in dangerous areas. Whistles can also be used to call someone’s attention in a noisy place.

With various whistle tones and types available, you’ll be sure to find the perfect sound to fit your needs! Check out these great sounds and never be left without a whistle again!...
Dove Sounds
Dove Sounds

Free
Bird lovers will delight in sweet dove sounds!

Dove calls are quite distinct from the calls and songs of smaller backyard songbirds. In place of tweets and chirps, dove calls and songs consist of softer coos. Dove calls can sometimes sound like a softer version of an owl`s eerie nighttime "who-whooo". Male doves sing a particular song while perched in a tree called a "perch-coo" that is designed to attract a mate. Other dove calls consist of "coo-ooo" sounds in various patterns used to communicate between mated pairs. Aside from vocalizations, doves also make sounds by flapping their wings together to warn of predators.

White doves are quintessential birds of peace and love, but not all doves are the classic white variety; more common are mourning doves which are light grey or brown in appearance. Kids and adults alike will love learning to recognize these beautiful birds by their sound! Once you are familiar with dove sounds, you will easily be able to identify when they are nearby in your backyard or while walking in nature!

Bird watchers can use these real-life dove sounds to learn dove calls and more easily spot these common birds in the wild. Listen to the soft, soothing coos of doves today!...
Chickadee Sounds
Chickadee Sounds

Free
Check out cool, real-life chickadee sounds today!

Learn to identify chickadee sounds so you will know when these cute little birds are nearby! Little round chickadees are common backyard birds, communicating with melodic songs and calls. The most commonly heard bird call of the chickadee, used by both genders to communicate about location, food or predators, is its namesake call which sounds like "chick-a-dee". Chickadees will repeat this call to let their mate know where they are as they fly from branch to branch. A more specialized call is made by male chickadees during mating season to establish territory and attract a mate. Fittingly, this call is sometimes described as sounding like "hey sweetie".

Listen to real chickadee sounds recorded in nature and learn the difference between different types of calls! These sounds can be used by birdwatchers to identify when this sweet little bird is hiding in a nearby tree. Kids will love learning about chickadee sounds too! You can even play these sounds in your backyard to invite nearby chickadees to your birdfeeder!

The melodic tweets and chirps of birds are a delightful reminder that nature is all around us. Close your eyes and listen to the beautiful chickadee calls for a moment of relaxation!...
Predator Calls
Predator Calls

Free
Use high-quality animal calls to attract predators while hunting!

Predator calls include many animal noises that are designed to catch the attention of large predator animals in the wilderness. In nature, when a hungry predator is looking for prey, they use their keen sense of hearing to detect and stalk smaller animals nearby. As a hunter, you can use these small animal sounds to attract rare predators. If you are trying to attract mountain lions, wolves or other large meat-eating animals, this is the app for you!

The predator calls featured in this app include many small animal noises, from rodents squeaking to small pigs squealing. Cats meowing and small dogs barking also get the attention of predators looking for a meal. Even birds are target prey for predators and the app contains honking, gobbling, clucking and cawing sounds from geese, turkeys, chickens, and crows. For large predators, even small coyotes can be targets, so you’ll find coyote howling and yelping noises too.

For your next big hunting trip, be sure to take the predator calls app with you! Don’t exhaust yourself tracking large animals - the power is in your hands to call them directly to your location instead! Trick them, don’t track them!...
Zoo Sound Effects
Zoo Sound Effects

£0.99
Surround yourself with the wild hoots and howls of zoo animals!

Take a virtual trip to the zoo with fun zoo animal sounds! With this app you'll gain access to amazing zoo sounds that bring wild animal adventures into the comfort of your home. Hear the loud roar of a lion, the growl of a bear or the bark of a seal! These real animal sounds will put you in the shoes of the zookeeper!

You'll delight in a wide variety of zoo animal sounds to explore! The feline family is well represented with not only classic lion and tiger vocalizations, but also sounds of other big cats such as cheetahs and cougars! Wolf howls and hyena laughter bring representation to the canines, while gorillas and monkeys give voice to the primates. You'll even find sounds from some of the largest land mammals such as hippos and elephants!

A family trip to the zoo is always a favorite exciting outing, and now you can bring a taste of the zoo home with you! Kids and babies will love listening to wild animal sounds! Play fun identification games to learn more! Can you tell the difference between the tiger and the cheetah?

Fun and educational zoo sounds are the perfect way to explore animal sounds today!...