It’s Spring at Last and the Birds are Tweeting Again!
Spring is finally here! The birds are returning, perching in the trees and tweeting and singing again. The days are getting longer, the weather is getting better. One of the loveliest seasons! The “Lime Tree with Tweeting Birds” is ideal for recreating this springlike scene on a model landscape and filling it with springlike vibes. The birds sit high up in the tree and tweet the whole blessed day. They’re enjoying the coming warmth and are also very much looking forward to the good weather. Recreate this idyllic landscape scene on your model landscape and put lovingly designed details even more in the spotlight.
Birds are included with the tree and not yet glued into the branches. So, you can decide which birds you’d like to use to decorate your lime tree and where to put them. Temporary Glue is ideally suited to fixing them in place.
The sound module can be connected to a standard 16 V model railway transformer. Suitable for AC and DC. Thanks to the compact design of the circuit board with loudspeaker, the sound can be installed precisely where it should emerge from. Can be connected to a standard 16 V model railway transformer. Suitable for AC and DC.
Audio: “Tweeet, tweeet!”
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