I will start by apologising for the unoriginal
opening to the letter. I hope you get too many like that.
When we lived in Canada in 1991 quite a few birders
used the caller. So did I, but with your level of success at best.
On this foray to the US I cannot recall seeing a
single one of these callers in use. I think, but cannot remember with
certainty, that I saw them for sale in a National Park gift shop in the Deep
South of New Joisey. I suspect they have joined buggy whips.
The birds are thus getting pished all the
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