Look around, and you’ll see five rock formations with a hole in each. They all have a number of rock formations on top of them, too. Use your Korok Leaf to blow air through the holes in this order: 4, 5, 3, 1, 2. Each will produce a sound, just like the sisters.
Keeping this in view, how do I activate the shrine near Rito Village?
Fast forward to midday (create a camp by dropping Wood then lighting it with a Flint or Fire Arrow) where shortly after, the pedestal will glow as the sun passes by the heart-shaped hole. Strike the pedestal with a Fire Arrow, and the shrine will appear nearby.
Likewise, how do you activate the shrine at warblers nest?
The easiest way to get there is to fast travel to the Vah Medoh Divine Beast and glide over, where you’ll spot a pedestal and five rocks surrounding it on an elevated cliff. Chat to Kheel there to start the ‘Recital at Warbler’s Nest’ Shrine quest.
How do you complete the recital at warbler’s nest Botw?
Like Tree Branches, Korok Leafs are relatively common weapons in Hyrule and can be found randomly by cutting down trees though Link may find them lying around in the environment. Link can equip and use it as a two-handed weapon to repel enemies.
It can be cooked over a Cooking Pot and requires specific ingredients to make. When Hearty Salmon, Tabantha Wheat, and Goat Butter are cooked together, it will create Hearty Salmon Meunière. A fourth ingredient needs to be added to the meal to offset the Hearty effect and create regular Salmon Meunière.
Korok Leaves can occasionally be found lying on the ground near Rafts, though they can also be found from felling Trees.
Breath of the Wild
A Hearty Salmon can be eaten to recover 4 hearts, and can be sold to shop-vendors all over Hyrule for 10 Rupees each. They are found occasionally in bodies of water, the most common areas being the Tabantha Frontier and Hebra Mountains.