The Loon Tune Loon Call recreates the tremolo sounds of the Common Loon. What are wail and tremolo sounds of the Common Loon? The tremolo has been described as insane laughter; it is 8 to 10 notes voiced rapidly which vary in frequency and intensity. This alarm call usually indicates agitation or fear, often caused by disturbance from people, a predator or even another loon. This is also the only call that loons make in flight.Your LoonTuneTM operating instructions:1) Thread cord through handles and LoonTune 2) Tie a knot at the end of one of the handles 3) Hold one handle in each hand and rotate your LoonTune until the string is taught. 4) Move handles outwards until string is no longer twisted. 5) Move handles inwards to allow string to twist again. 6) The LoonTune will spin to make a sound similar to the wail and tremolo sound of the Common Loon. Adult supervision for children is recommended for this product.
Caution: String may break while using this item.