Knowing a little bit about the Nightingale and its captivating song makes the origami instructions for it even more fun to do. The Nightingale sings loudly, with a wide range of sounds to attract a mate; however, it's the unpaired male that does the singing, not the female. Nightingales are especially loud near urban areas to drown out the noise and at dawn to protect their territory. If you get stuck or are unclear about these Origami instructions or any of the steps in the diagram, take a look at the video below. It's very easy to do.
These Origami nightingales would make great Christmas tree deorations and you can vary the size with the paper you use. Use an upholstery needle if you have one, or a regular needle, and thread a heavy cord or string through the center of the nightingale's back; tie the cord into a loop and hang it on the tree. Now that's the kind of tree you see in fancy magazines with hefty price tags... and you did it for mere pennies following easy to do Origami instructions in a buzzing kids world with double sided Origami paper.