Editor's Column

Editor's Note                                   

I've been lucky enough recently to see a lot of carvings at a couple of… More

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Editor's Note: Funny How Time Slips Away                                                                                         

It was a full quarter-century ago that carvers received the first issue of… More

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Editor's Note: Something for Everybody                                                                                     

It's true that some of our articles are better suited for people who have… More

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Louisiana Traditions                                                 

At the Easton Waterfowl Festival in November I saw work by Jeff Rechin,… More

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Good Stuff                             

Variety, they say, is the spice of life, so bird carving must be a spicy… More

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Those Aren't Feathers                                                   

I attended the Easton Waterfowl Festival in November, on Maryland's… More

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Old School                             

There are two schools in the wildfowl carving world--power carving and… More

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The Future?                               

Daniel Montano is always trying new things. At this years Ward show, he… More

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Birds, Old and New                                             

We dont really have a review section in the magazine, but I want to… More

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18,000 Different Varieties                                                             

One of the fun things about editing a magazine is that every issue is… More

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New Old Stuff                                   

Were launching what will be a continuing series this issue. Keith Mueller… More

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