Native Northwest is proud to announce the arrival of our new high-quality stuffed animal puppets!

Nine friendly little pals are now available in a variety of animals including: Hunter the Bear, Bizzy the Beaver, Splash the Orca, Wakus the Frog, Tricky the Raven, Howler the Wolf, Boomer the Thunderbird, Grace the Eagle and Shelly the Turtle.

Approximately 10” in height

    • Christopher Libby
    • June 20th, 2011

    Just bought “Boomer the Thunderbird” today in a Steveston store for my five year old, and he is completely enamored with him. He did “Boomer” impressions all the way from Steveston to Port Coquitlam. Then after dinner, we went online and read all the Thunderbird stories we could find!

    And for my part, kudos on the amazing design and craftsmanship! These are BEAUTIFUL puppets. My only debate now is whether I can splurge and buy the rest of them RIGHT NOW, or dole them out as rewards for a little boy who is now fascinated by Native Northwest stories!

    Good job guys, you made a little boy and his dad very happy this Father’s Day!

    • Thanks so much for the comment Christopher!! The idea behind the puppets is just that- to spark interest in children and also as a way for them to have fun. I am so glad you like them, and also hope you too one day get the whole collection 🙂


    • Lisa Maria
    • September 7th, 2011

    These are absolutely INCREDIBLE! The Kindergarten students at our tribal school love our puppet storytelling and they would be thrilled with these.
    Keep the educational resources coming!

    • Trish M
    • October 6th, 2011

    Does anyone know where I can buy stuffed animals that are similar to the puppets shown above? A few years back when our family was living on Haida Gwaii I purchased for my daughter a blue hummingbird that I believe was a Tsimshian design(?). Unfortunately our new puppy ate it and now my daughter is absolutely devastated. I think that tag said it was made by a company called “Native Buddies.”

  1. Where do I buy these wholesale for resale? Bob.

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