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Fall 2010

Wildfowl Carving Magazine delivers yet another issue of unparalleled excellence, with its feature on the untamable majesty of the golden eagle, a profile on two brothers with a passion for wildfowl carving, and an ingenious idea for what to do with the scraps left over from larger carvings. Readers can also continue the "Back to Colorado" journey, this time with the painting of the canyon wren, as well as catch Del Herbert's "contemporary antique" terns.

Table of Contents

Editor's Note: Learning Curve
Tom Huntington

Painting Notes: House Finch
by Jerry Poindexter

Demonstration: One Good Tern
by Del Herbert

Demonstration: Back to Colorado, Part Two
by Jerry Simchuk

Demonstration: Micro-Mini Canvasbacks
by Thomas F. McCollum

Habitat: A Baltimore Oriole, Part Three
by Tom Park

Showcase: All in the Family
by Bill Einsig

Reference: Lord of the Sky
by Rick Burkman

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