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Watching a gyrfalcon fly and hunt was an unforgettable experience. The… More
While researching a great blue heron project in 2008 I ran across some… More
You can trace the history of the canvas decoy back to the turn of the… More
Painting the great horned owl seems like a daunting task. So take a deep… More
I try to teach my students that it is best to design and compose a piece… More
In the previous issue, I explained how I carved a ringed teal, a bird that… More
Last spring, I had two nests in my yard, giving methe opportunity to watch… More
I've always been interested in decoys that look old. Learning the… More
When I learned that WILDFOWL CARVING MAGAZINE had never done a full… More
There is a power in simplicity which is why I chose to paint a famous Ward… More
The rock that provided the model for this project is a type of sandstone… More
Before he carves the head, Rick drills a hole through the head block and… More
If you think painting is complex, I hope to change your mind. I break down… More
With this cardinal, I created a fairly simple bird so I could concentrate… More
For this project, I decided to do a simple carving and sculpt a northern… More
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