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The Barred Owl, Part One                                                         

The Barred Owl (Strix varia) is one of North America's larger owls, with… More

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A Real Head Turner, Part One                                                                 

The blue-winged drake is a beautiful bird. The highlight areas for me are… More

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A Cherry Hummingbird                                                 

I received a cherry wood log about 18 months ago, and I used a portion of… More

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ACEO Sculptures                                       

In 2008, eBay introduced me to an art format based on an old tradition… More

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Roadrunner                             

Through my years of decoy carving, I often thought about the beautiful… More

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Northern Gannets, Part Two                                                             

In this article, I will describe the painting of the gannet and the… More

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Northern Gannets, Part One                                                             

The Northern gannet is a magnificent seabird. Despite the gannets'… More

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Putting the Red in Red-Tailed                                                                   

There's a great deal of diversity in the appearance of individual… More

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Out of the Past, Part Two                                                           

There was a time when passenger pigeons ranged from Florida to southern… More

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Hunting Partner                                       

My fascination with the red-tailed hawk began during my apprentice years… More

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Less is More, Part Two                                                     

Most of us think of abstract art as involving images which have no… More

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The Transformed Log                                               

Using a 250-pound trunk piece of an American cherry tree, I decided to… More

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Out of the Past, Part One                                                           

Imagine a flock of birds a mile wide and 200 to 300 miles long, a… More

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Feats of Clay                                   

Before carving a bird, I often make a clay model, something I learned from… More

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Less is More, Part One                                                     

I've tried to make this swimmer decoy look like a duck going somewhere in… More

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