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Instructions on how to use bird callers.........


Bird Callers

(one with the stick)


First blow into this whistle, move the stick up and down & basically play around and discover the sounds you can make whith this whistle. As an excercise say words like "today" "yesterday" and "Wangarratta". Look up some other words in the street directory , dictionary or atlas. If you can roll the letter RRRRRRRR or growl from the back of you throat you can create some more interesting sounds also. Move the the stick fast or slow ....Just try different things. Try playing your favorite tune!!


Owl/Lune Callers

(Large one with hole at back)



On this caller we have a hole on the middle to half way to the bottom section which can be used to vary the tone of the caller. Blow into the caller and and move your finger up and down this hole or rub your finger across the hole as you blow into it. A sample of one way of creating an owl sound is to cover the nominated hole on the owl caller and blow two puffs and you have an owl blow two puffs extremly hard in a similar rhythem and you have a train whistle. As an excercise say words like "today" "yesterday" and "Wangarratta". Look up some other words in the street directory , dictionary or atlas. If you can roll the letter RRRRRRRR or growl from the back of you throat you can create some more interesting sounds also.


Duck Callers

(Barrel shape with reed inside)


With your whistle in one hand take your other hand and make a fist with it. Then place the bottom tip only of the duck caller into the top of your fist. Leave a small gap only at the bottom end of your fist to allow a small amount of air to flow through. Now blow through the top end of the the duck caller. What you are essentially doing is bottling up the sound as you are blowing through the duck caller. Next while you are blowing slowly open up your fist and then slowly close it to its original position. This will give you an advanced duck sound.The next step can be used in creating a


Chicken Callers

(Small coloured one )


Blow first to discover its unique sound...... Blow again & say COCKA-A-DOODLE-DOOO......HEY-CHOOK-CHOOK......CHOOK-CHOOK-CHOOKAAA... If you can roll the letter RRRRRRRRR you can make the sounds of say a fairy penguin or a motor cycle, or try growling from the back of your throat.


Rainforest Caller

(Small cylinder shape with narrow tube extending on angle forming y shape and with hole on side and coloured pom pom at tip)


Face one of your hands upward so your palm faces the sky. With your thumb and fore finger grab hold of the rainforest whistle from the bottom . The top of the rainforest whistle has a hole in the center of its large tube with the the narrow tube protruding at an angle from the top of the whistle. Make your first sounds by blowing through the narrow tube. now place your thumb and forefinger each on either end of the large tube blocking some of the air flow directing all the air out through the small hole at the top centre of the large cylinder of the whistle . Now repeatedly let go and grab both ends of the whistle blocking and unblocking both ends of the whistle while blowing and after trying this say TAH TAH TAH while blocking and blocking the ends of the whistle. Try also whispering words like TODAY TODAY TODAY YESTERDAY and TICKET TO QUEENSLAND


Wackey Whistle

(Tiny cemicurcular whistle placed on roof of mouth)


Info for this product updated soon


Kookaburra Callers

(Aluminium Cylinder)


Blow first to discover its unique sound.......With your whistle in one hand take your other hand and make a fist with it. Then place the bottom tip only of the Kookaburra caller into the top of your fist. Leave a small gap only at the bottom end of your fist to allow a small amount of air to flow through. Now blow through the top end of the the kookaburra caller. What you are essentially doing is bottling up the sound as you are blowing through the kookaburra caller. Next while you are blowing slowly open up your fist and then slowly close it to its original position. kookaburra sound...... Please repeat previous steps in bottling up the sounds and whisper the words Tah TAH TAH TAH Tah Tah TAh Tah repeatedly. (As an intermediatry step say words like "today" "yesterday" and "Wangarratta")If you can roll the letter RRRRRRRR or growl from the back of you throat you can create som more interesting sound


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