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- Calliope was the Ancient Greek Muse of eloquence and epic poetry. Her name means “beautiful voice” and she was the mother of Morpheus, god of dreams.
- A calliope is a steam-powered pipe organ. At one point in history, it was the loudest instrument known to man, and its music could be heard from miles away.
- Calliope hummingbirds are a species of bird found in the Okanagan Valley. Calliopes are the tiniest bird species in North America, but they are fierce when defending their territory, and migrate distances of up to 5600 miles each year.