Listen. That ghostly sound you hear while sitting at your campfire alongside a Northern Lake is most likely the call of the common Loon.
The Ojibwa (Chippewa) Indians called the loon “Mang” or “the most handsome of birds.” They thought the loons haunting cry was an omen of death. In some native legends the loon is a bird of magical powers, in others a messenger or a symbol of power.
This Loon is an original wood burning. The Frame is handmade from reclaimed hardwood that was rescued from a sawmill’s trimmings pile.