For my current project, I specifically need an eagle or osprey screech or call like you might hear in every movie or television show about the native American Indian or the "wild west". But eventually, I'd like to have sound effects from lions, panthers, leopards, thunder, crunching snow, water dripping, rain (at various strengths hitting all sorts of objects), water flowing from a faucet, a pump, babbling brooks, rivers, and oceans, as well as seagulls, dogs, cats, indistinguishable human conversation in bedrooms, in cars, and in the stands at baseball or football games, nonspecific traffic in the city (beeping, honking, accelleration, braking), specific traffic in the city (like a single dumptruck or various sounds of emergency vehicles from different countries around the world), tractors in the country, bicycles going "tick tick tick", clocks going "tick,tick,tick", a good grandfather clock, a good recording of Big Ben (I dunno, does Big Ben make sounds?), gongs going "bong", and much much more. For such a library, I might be willing to spend a couple hundred USD, but it must be extensive. I'm looking for a library with many many different types of sound and with several variations on each sound or the ability to morph. And I would prefer a library that doesn't require a second license (or the second license is inexpensive) if I want to use some of those sounds as foley in a musical or non-musical project someday. Thoughts, ideas?