I was thrilled to be able to review a random Wild Republic Audubon Society Stuffed Bird with sounds. It didn't really matter to me which one they sent me because my kids actually play with their stuffed animals ALL THE TIME. I am not just saying that, they play with them so much and sleep with them and "teach" them when they play school or have a peregrine falcon (the one pictured above) be eaten by a stuffed T-Rex as they enact scenes or make friends with each other.
My son has named his Wild Republic Audubon Society peregrine falcon "Eek-y" because of the sound it makes. He absolutely loves this little guy and it would make an awesome gift for any yound bird lover or any stuffed animal lover. My son says that he most likes to play with this toy by making it talk and play with his best friend "Prince" starfish. This would be an awesome stocking stuffer.
One of you will get a chance to win one of these fun stuff birds by enter the giveaway below. I can't promise it will be there in time for Christmas, but we can cross our fingers. If you want it in time for Christmas, check out all the Wild Republic Birds on Amazon and order one today!
Product Description from Wild Republic:
Wild Republic is proud to continue it’s award-winning line of realistic birds with authentic sound. Licensed by the legendary National Audubon Society, with real bird calls provided by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, these birds have become one of the hottest collectibles in the toy market. They sell well to both children and adult bird enthusiasts. Each bird is carefully researched, and comes with an educational hang tag that includes information about its appearance, eating habits, habitat maps and sound information. Avid collectors will be delighted that we’ve introduced a new series, Baby Birds. Join the flock.
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WILD REPUBLIC AUDUBON STUFFED BIRD (RANDOM ONE SENT)
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