Bird call

American Bird Products

Audubon Bird Call (1947)

Invented by Roger Eddy in 1947, the Audubon bird call is a classic, simple birdwatcher’s tool. Made in Rhode Island (the metal ring reads ‘Newington Conn’, the original location of the factory), the bird call doesn’t mimic specific birdcalls but rather creates a tweeting noise that curious birds recognize and investigate. American Bird Products is still owned and run by the Eddy family.

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© American Bird Products, Inc., North Kingstown, Rhode Island, US

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