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The Magnificent Whales...

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"Pacific Flight"

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Black Walnut flute is keyed to LOW Bm... This MEGA-BORE weighs in @ approx 31" in length, a Giant with a very DEEP clear beautiful voice!!! Absolutely the best mouthpiece money can buy! Perfectly dished finger holes for 100% comfort!!!

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"Pacific Flight"


Let us begin...

This flute honors the last whale - a mysterious whale of the Northern Pacific and another of which I'm sure my eyes will never see again in this lifetime. I have much time in this flute and it is welcome to stay with me as long as it wishes.

Whales are mammals - They are just like us in many ways & they enjoy human company!

A Blue Whale's heart alone is as large as a small car!!! It is the largest known animal in Earth's history! Fifty people could stand on it's tounge and Blues can grow over 100 feet in length!!! The new born calf is approx 25 feet long, weighing more than a full grown elephant, and drinks 50 gallons of milk each day! Almost as much as Baby Creesong! :))

Some of you may remember the story which took place in August of 2002:

A whale watch ship was ready to cast off from Boothbay Harbor. A full boat of tourist anxious to see a pod of whales, was aboard. The experienced captain piloted his ship out toward the whales' feeding grounds, when just outside the harbor an adult whale swam alongside the ship for a few moments, getting everyone's attention. The whale then veered off to the west away from the ship.

The Captain continued on his course, thinking that they were apt to see many more whales at their feeding grounds. Then, the same whale came back to swim alongside the ship again, veering off after only a few minutes.

Finally, the third time the whale came along side the ship and then headed west, the captain decided to follow it.

This whale was trying to communicate my Friends!

After only a few miles of travel they came upon a fixed fishing net with two baby whales tangled up in it!

The captain commanded the crew to launch the lifeboat and cut the whales free. Luckily, baby whales are less dangerous to get close to than adult whales, so they were able to cut them free. For the rest of the cruise that day the mother and baby whales swam alongside the ship, breaching and blowing as they played. When the ship had to return to the harbor the whales remained with their pod.

Unfortunately, marine officials learned of this interference with fishing gear and later arrested the captain of that ship.

This made the local news, which created enough public outrage that the captain was released with a ten dollar fine. :))

Blue Whales are not only the largest animals on Earth, they are also the loudest!!! Their songs can reach 185 decibels - much louder than a jet aircraft - and can travel for hundreds of miles underwater!

Grey whales can travel over 12,500 miles per year! They have the longest seasonal migration of any of the whales.

A Humpback's complex songs can last for more than 30 minutes! They are very intelligent and have excellant memories which helps them return to feeding areas and remember migration patterns.

Just as Native Americans used Love Flutes in courtship, the Humpback sings a long sequence to a passing female, then escorts her as they swim along - soon diving deep into the ocean to mate.

It was the year 2004...

A network of hydrophones listening for the engines of nuclear submarines tracked the heart-wrenching calls of a mysterious whale swimming patiently and unquited thru the deep cold waters of the Northern Pacific.

The acoustic network regularly picks up whale calls, mostly Blue, Fin, and Humpback whales whos eerie songs is said to travel thousands of miles along the density seam of thermal layers, but this time something was very different.

The sound was not the pitch for a Fin or Blue, and was too monotonous for a Humpback. They had NEVER heard a sound like this before!!!

This mystery whale called regularly at 52 hertz - a deep voice of a very old whale.

Experts say he swims alone, calling ceaselessly for someone such as himself.

Surely the last of an unknown species.

Peter Aleshire could not have said it any better in his words below:

Think of it as layering of irony.

First we drive the Great whales to the Brink of extinction, mostly to make trifling things we could easily do without.

Next, we make nuclear submarines capable of exterminating our own species and so must scatter seafloor with hydrophones to track our own doom.

Then we use that intently listening network to track the journey of this single whale.

And finally, we read of his lonely journey and feel an ach of empathy.

So now the two mysteries swim alongside one another, the plight of the last whale and our love for the very thing we have destroyed.

And it leaves me to wonder once more that we human beings are both heart-long and headstrong - so perfectly balanced always between love and fear, destruction and creation.

Blessings to you all,

Brother Fox



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