So how cute is that Common Loon? Thanks to Wild Republic Audubon Birds, you can have nearly every common backyard or water bird of your own. Each bird comes with its own actual bird song.
Wild Republic, in partnership with Audubon, has an exciting line of authentic birds with real bird songs provided by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Cornell is well-known in birding circles. The design and detail was done with the input of Audubon.
Let me tell you about my bird, the Common Loon. This particular design was “hatched” on 5/1/2001 and the sound was recorded in New York on 7/20/1991. This particular call is used to defend its territory and to attract a mate. Check out what it sounds like.
Each bird comes with a booklet that tells about your bird, its migration patterns, and where the bird sound was recorded. So, you get to cuddle a cute bird and learn a little about the species. I counted over 70 birds that were available on Amazon. Common birds like robins and mockingbirds, as well as wood ducks and swans are available. You can get birds that are a little more unusual such as scarlet tanagers or tufted titmouse. They even have a bunch of baby birds.
You can win your very own Wild Republic Audubon Bird. Enter here and collect them all.
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