If you have spent any time around turkey hunting, you have probably heard of wingbone callers. They are turkey calls that are made from the actual bones found in a wild turkey’s wing. Historians and archaeologists say that wingbone turkey calls date back perhaps 6500 years. Native Americans made yelper calls from the three bones found in the wing of a turkey: the radius (the smallest bone), the ulna and the humerus (the biggest bone)I handcraft these turkey calls from wild turkey wings. Each wing bone joint is shaped and sanded so the ends create a snug fit, then each joint is sealed and wrapped with sinew. These calls make a great unique addition to any turkey hunters arsenal, for the pro or the beginner.