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Bird Whistles


The Aztec word Huilacapitzli refers to bird whistles and ocarinas used in ancient Mexico. The prefix “Huila” means morning dove. Guillermo’s whistles are hand fired for 12 hours, then hand painted with Aztec designs using colored clays and burnished with a smooth stone to give them a velvety feel. They are perfectly tuned using a special diamond tool and are capable of precise clear musical tones. Offering a wonderful accompaniment to the flute, great for flute gatherings and talking to our feathered friends. All whistles come with neck carrying strap, and have a full set of how-to-play instructions.


  

New Clay Bird Whistle
New Clay Bird Whistle
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Tezcat Clay Whistle
Tezcat Clay Whistle
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I received the Eastern Lights and Spirit of Oregon flutes in good shape. Trying to choose which I like best between them is like choosing a favorite child ... I don't think it can be done. But unlike children, they should be seen and DEFINITELY heard. The only drawback is trying to decide where to display them !
~James crawford
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We offer flutes crafted by several flute makers. Some are Native; Some are not. We do not claim to be affiliated with a Native American Tribe. Some of our flutes are considered to be Native American Style Flutes. Not all our instruments and accessories are being made by tribal recognized Native American Indians. We will indicate in the product description if the item is Native made. Please visit The Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990 for more information on this issue. 
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