Wooden Bird Call - Mallard Duck
The quintessential duck’s quack is the sound of the female mallard. Females often give this call in a series of 2–10 quacks that begin loudly and get softer. When courting, she may give a paired form of this quack. (The male does not quack; instead he gives a quieter, rasping, one- or two-noted call.)
Communicate with this beloved waterfowl with a handmade bird call. This wonderful wooden bird whistle is by French artisan François Morel, who has been making bird call since he was a child in the mountains of southern France. His extremely accurate call will allow you to learn to recognize birds by their song, to communicate with them, to discover, observe and love them – this, according to Monsieur Morel, is “without doubt a first step in understanding the secret of happiness.” Slowly and conscientiously created from lasting materials these are wonderful gifts to share between generations.
3 5/8" x 1 1/8" in a wooden box with bird calling instructions