If birdwatching is for old people, well then color us old, because we find ourselves getting more and more fascinated about spotting feathered friends outside. The simple, classic Audubon Bird Call is the ideal tool to help further our interest. Invented by Roger Eddy in 1947, the design hasn't changed in the 65 years since. Made from cast zinc and birch wood in Rhode Island, the bird call doesn't mimic specific birdcalls but rather creates a tweeting noise that curious birds recognize and investigate. That's a whole lot of birding fun for nine bucks. We're in.
Made in USA.