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American White Pelican, Part One                                                                         

The American white pelican (Pelecanus erythrohynchos) is one of the… More

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Rodents Beware--Part Two: Painting the Barn Owl                                                                                                       

The final stage to this sculpture is painting the bird. The barn owl has a… More

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A Resplendent Quetzal, Part Two                                                                       

As I carved my piece of Savegre avocado wood (see part one in the Fall… More

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A Toucan Decoy                                     

Since the mid-1970s I have been carving decoys, mostly waterfowl,… More

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Northern Gannets, Part One                                                             

The Northern gannet is a magnificent seabird. Despite the gannets'… 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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Alpha, Part Two                                       

Painting for me was the hardest part of this project, specifically finding… More

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The Black-billed Magpie Part Three: Feet and…

When this project began, I did not have a final vision of the completed… More

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Madagascar Waltz                                         

Once I made the decision to carve an entry for the 2014 World Life-size… More

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Grounded: A Northern Flicker Part Two                                                                                   

The Northern flicker has some unique color patterns and markings, making… More

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A Ringed Teal Drake Part Two: Painting                                                                                     

In the previous issue, I explained how I carved a ringed teal, a bird that… More

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A Gadwall Trio                                     

Gadwalls are one of my favorite species of waterfowl. I especially love… More

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Pacific Brant, Part One                                                       

People often ask me what my favorite bird is. My usual response is my… 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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Nashville Style: Part Two                                                           

When painting the Nashville warbler, I will not use an airbrush. I am… More

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