Sweet Bella Birdcalls
These cool birdcalls are as beautiful as they are functional. Choose from 50 ranging from woodpecker to speckled owl, from gull to mallard. Handmade in France. $32 to $60
"This set includes calls for the Warbler (yellow and myrtle), mallard duck, common gallinule, spotted owl, American robin and mourning dove." This would make a great gift for nature lovers.
It's the grown-up version of the talking kids' books!!!! Flip through the beautiful illustrations to find the bird you are interested in, then dial in the corresponding number to instantly hear the bird call. It's easy and fasci... It's the grown-up version of the talking kids' books!!!! Flip through the beautiful illustrations to find the bird you are interested in, then dial in the corresponding number to instantly hear the bird call. It's easy and fascinating. I like being able to see the bird and hear it at the same time. Very convenient for back-yard birders and enthusiasts alike. From the website: Editorial Reviews From Booklist Here are splendid color illustrations of 250 species of birds, some showing only the male and others showing both the male and female. Drawing from the Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the book is divided into four parts: seabirds, shorebirds, and water birds; forest birds; woodland birds; and open-country birds. With each illustration is a description of the bird's range in the U.S and Canada and its ecology and behavior. The profiles emphasize the birds' vocalizations--both songs and calls--which can be heard on an audio component that comes with the book. By using this digital audio technology, readers will be able to relate the songs and calls to the birds' appearances. Beletsky, a notable bird biologist, has written a fascinating book that will aid bird-watchers. George Cohen Review Bird Songs is a significant new learning device for birdwatchers. By bringing digital audio technology to the printed book, you can relate the songs and calls of those birds you see from the comfort of your armchair. This unique and informative tool, combining text, illustrations, and sounds, should be on every coffee table. - Dr Paul Green, Director of Citizen Science, National Audubon Society