This breath call is handcrafted made with artisanal methods in our laboratory, and is obtained from materials we selected and processed with all the passion of Giò Valley for nature and the world of ornithology.
This whistle is not really a breath instrument, as the air blow necessary for the sound emission does not come from the user’s lungs. The rubber body, in fact, is made in such a way that a correct percussion causes a flow of air through the instrument and, consequently, the sound emission.
The parts made in olive wood are treated with non-toxic paints to safeguard your health and the environment.
The manufacture of this article complies with the rules regarding bird calls and, unlike other recall instruments, can be used freely without the risk of incurring serious penalties. In particular, the law n.157 February 11, 1992 allows, in certain situations, the use of breath calls only and not of electronic or mechanical calls. The design and the accurate calibration carried out on each single piece guarantee high sound quality.
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Common name: Coturnix Coturnix.
It belongs to the order of galliformes. Very widespread in Europe and Asia, regions from which it starts to migrate in much more southern areas to spend the winter.
It feeds on insects, grains, seeds; it is very appreciated in the kitchen for its tasty meet, easily digestible, high protein and low in lipids and cholesterol. A great nocturnal migrant, it travels long stretches in flight. The males leave first to take possession of the nesting territories. The song emitted by the males is well known in the countryside throughout Europe: an incessant pri-pri especially in the spring months.