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 wooden bird call. Made by French artisan François Morel of wood selected for its influence on the quality of the sound.
3 5/8" x 1 1/8" in a wooden box with bird calling instructions