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Spring 2010

Celebrate Wildfowl Carving Magazine's 25 years of bringing quality content to the carving community in this Spring 2010 issue, which contains a special section in honor of this anniversary. The magazine's pioneers created it to provide a space for this special art, and you will get to read their thoughts on the process and what went into getting the project off the ground. This isn't a special year just for Wildfowl Carving, however; you will also get to enjoy an article on the Ward World Championship's fortieth anniversary—it is time for commemoration all around. Don't worry, though, they didn't forget to pack this issue with premium content as well, including features on the oriole, cardinal, sparrow, and more.

Table of Contents

Editor's Note: Funny How Time Slips Away
by Tom Huntington

Demonstration: A Baltimore Oriole, Part Two
by Tom Park

Demonstration: Old-Fashioned
by Bill Kennedy and R.D. Wilson

Demonstration: Carve and Paint an American Wigeon Hen, Part Three
by Tom Matus

Special Section: Happy Anniversary to Us
by The Editors

Demonstration: Northern Cardinal, Part One
by Jeff Rechin

Painting Notes: Red-Naped Sapsucker
by Jerry Poindexter

Showcase: Forty Years
by Dr. Cynthia Byrd

Reference: The Vocalist
by Tom Slaughter

Click here to purchase the Spring 2010 issue.

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