Common, but often hidden in hollow logs or high up in tree tops. Listen for a sound of their wood whistles as they teach the young songbirds the proper notes. And if you hear a soft steady beat of a drum, that is how they teach the traditional bird call rhythms and cadences.
When they are done teaching, and gather to play in groups, they make a sound that is easily mistaken for distant thunder. 5" ht size.
Male Trolls are pictured on right, females on left.
Note: The body of this troll is now made with dyed hemp/jute fiber (same natural fiber we have always used for hands, tails, and eyebrows). It has a little fuller/fluffier look, and it is the same fiber we used to create the original trolls many years ago.