Audubon Bird: Northern Flicker with Bird Call

Audubon Bird: Northern Flicker with Bird Call

# 051362

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Item #: 051362
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Publisher Description:

Audubon birds are not only beautiful, realistic-looking plush birds but they also have the authentic sound of the species recorded live by The Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Activate the bird call by pressing the button and hear the call of the wild. With so many species to choose from your favorite bird is surely among them.

Category Description for Audobon Bird Plushes with Bird Calls:

Learn about a variety of birds with these charming plushies! Each 5" plush is designed to look just like its real-life counterpart. Press its back to hear what the bird's call sounds like. A fun little stocking stuffer for your aspiring ornithologist.




Category Description for Bird Games, Kits, Tools & Visuals:
Category Description for ZOOLOGY / ANIMAL LIFE:
Primary Subject
Science
Grade Start
K
Grade End
AD
EAN
092389213829
Format
Other
Brand Name
Wild Republic
Weight
0.15 (lbs.)
Dimensions
5.5" x 5.0" x 4.0"
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I want to know what sound it makes.
Sharon R on May 25, 2022
My son doesnt have this northern flicker yet and he's a huge bird fan!
KAYLA B on Apr 17, 2022
I want to know what sound it makes.
Sharon R on May 25, 2022
My fourth grade class on birding.
Holly G. on Apr 21, 2022
My son doesnt have this northern flicker yet and he's a huge bird fan!
KAYLA B on Apr 17, 2022
The most common woodpecker in the Northern Rockies. Adapted to human habitation, they can often be found drumming on metal to broadcast their location
Dillon W on May 25, 2021
Our little dog likes playing with them.
Raymond F on Nov 6, 2020
My fourth grade class on birding.
Holly G. on Apr 21, 2022
The most common woodpecker in the Northern Rockies. Adapted to human habitation, they can often be found drumming on metal to broadcast their location
Dillon W on May 25, 2021
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