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Audubon Bird Call with Rosin

Brand: Audubon

$7.20

MSRP: $8.95

Item: #400484
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This might look small, but the sound it can create is so realistic, you’d swear it was a real bird. The quality that goes into producing this bird call is phenomenal and it shows. Take good care of it and it can last a very long time!  - Kyle W.

Audubon bird call with rosin. When twisted, this remarkable birchwood and metal instrument makes a variety of sounds similar to wild birds. Each bird call is handmade and individually tuned. Be sure to keep the instrument dry; a small amount of the included powdered rosin, used occasionally, will renew the bird call's voice. Total length approximately 2-1/2" x 3/4" wide.

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Great for special effects and storytelling. Kids of all ages LOVE this little guy! I bought several for a play we out on and the kids in the audience couldn't stop talking about the birds in the gym! They all wanted to play with them in class the next week. Small and easy to use.
Katie-Beth T on Jun 28, 2014
good price for a well-made, traditional item that's fun for both kids and adults
Molly S on Apr 20, 2013
Apparently these bird callers are The Shiz (according to Grandma)
David R on Jun 23, 2013
Saw this used in an Orff workshop and wanted one to use with lessons.
Tammy T on Mar 10, 2013
Can I buy additional rosin for the bird call? What is the correct kind to get?
Libby B on Apr 30, 2015
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How do I oil my bird call. I cant find the oil that came with it. what can I use and do I squeeze it between metal and wood?
Jimmy T on Jan 21, 2014
Best Answer: The powder used to keep the bird call working properly is powdered rosin. Yes, you use it by squeezing it between the metal and the wood. As far as a source of powdered rosin - I'm sure that West Music sells rosin (for stringed instruments), perhaps you could crush it with a hammer?
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