Bird Whistle History
80 Years of Development!
The history of the bird whistle goes a long way back. For centuries people have used all kinds of bird call whistles to attract birds or to communicate with each other. Mostly they were from clay, ceramic, or bamboo.
The bird whistle was made from leather in South American countries, while in Europe it was produced on a cardboard base for many years. More than one model was used, not only a half moon, but also trapezium like.
Some 25 years ago it was introduced back through Europe and from that point some pioneers spread it further over the world. Soon it was seen on all hotspots in countries throughout Scandinavia & western Europe.
From there more people got attracted to the power of the amazing sounds of this little instrument and it became a street sellers favorite for tourists in Spain, Portugal, Australia, and some countries of eastern Europe.
Highest Quality Guaranteed!
Only the last 20 years the bird whistle has developed to the best quality you can find in the world. The white whistle base is strong and durable, and the thin membrane is as clear and crisp whistling. Use it over and over again!
Because of the long kept secret of the materials of the membrane, it's hard to match the clear sound of our whistles. From time to time poor imitations and counterfeit show up on the web, but we do see & hear the difference!
We are 100% committed to deliver you a quality product that will live up to your expectations. Every Bird Whistle is eye-selected on quality perfection before it is sent to you, guaranteeing really great and endless whistling fun.
All our bird whistles come in the original hygienic package with easy to go manual. This makes it the perfect gift for any occasion! Surprise a friend, keep it in your wallet at all times, and you will have attention guaranteed!
Only 100% Modern Top Quality
Comes In Original Package
Useable Again & Again
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How to bird whistle? Easy Go!
Place the bird whistle on the tip of your tongue (round side to the back);
Make it wet for 1 minute and push it gently to the palate (roof of the mouth);
Blow and your bird whistle will sing! (make a TSCH.. sound like in "cheers").
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