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By Any Other Name - Part I                                                             

When I learned that WILDFOWL CARVING MAGAZINE had never done a full… More

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Branching Out                                   

Creating a habitat for your bird should be a fun and exciting stage of any… More

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Tommy Stewart's Shore Thing                                                               

Tommy Stewart spends a lot of time walking the shore of Long Islands Great… More

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The Great Horned Owl in Miniature - Painting                                                                                                 

Painting the great horned owl seems like a daunting task. So take a deep… More

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Carving the Black-billed Magpie                                                                       

The magpie is one of my favorite birds to carve. It has great personality… More

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Alpha, Part One                                       

Watching a gyrfalcon fly and hunt was an unforgettable experience. The… More

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Carving the Scrub Jay: A Bird with Character                                                                                                 

The scrub jay, like other jays, has a lot of character. You can spend many… More

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Heard It Through the Grapevine                                                                     

I try to teach my students that it is best to design and compose a piece… More

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Seeing Red                             

The striking colors of the drake redhead are unmistakable on the water,… More

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Back to Colorado - Part Three: The Rock                                                                                       

The rock that provided the model for this project is a type of sandstone… More

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Northern Cardinal, Part One                                                               

With this cardinal, I created a fairly simple bird so I could concentrate… More

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A Carolina Classic                                             

You can trace the history of the canvas decoy back to the turn of the… More

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Grounded: A Northern Flicker                                                                 

For this project, I decided to do a simple carving and sculpt a northern… More

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6 Steps for Perfectly Set Eyes                                                                     

Before he carves the head, Rick drills a hole through the head block and… More

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The Littlest Falcon, Part Two: Painting The…

The male American kestrel has a unique color scheme, one unlike that of… More

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