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Singing Bird Alarm Clock Wakes You With Bird Calls

by Karen M.
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The Singing Bird Alarm Clock wakes you each morning with your choice of bird call. CIty dwellers, rejoice! You can spend a few groggy seconds each morning pretending you’re out in the country.

The clock is portable and runs on 3 AAA batteries. If you get tired of the same ol’ same ol’ generic calls like robin, mockingbird, rooster, and so forth, you can buy several different bird call cards that go with the clock for $10.50 each.

You can even buy a card with frog calls. Now birds seemed reasonable, but come on people, seriously, frogs? I just can’t picture it. I’m going to stand behind my theory that waking up to guttural ribbiting noises would not be the most auspicious start to your day.

I don’t know about you but in my neighborhood there are a bunch of annoying loud chirpy birds that wake me up with their cacophonous tweeting, without fail, almost every single day. So for me this item would be completely gratuitous as I get the service it provides absolutely free. Still, if you prefer to wake to a chorus of dark-eyed junco calls, or the throaty warble of a spring peeper frog, feel free to purchase the clock for $39.95 at The Nature Store.

[via cribcandy]

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