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Spring 2011

Embark on the first half of two exciting new projects—a poised, powerful falcon and a detailed merganser—in this issue of Wildfowl Carving Magazine. While beginning these projects alongside seasoned carvers, you can also admire the finishing touches put on a classic saw-whet owl and Blair-inspired decoys. You won't want to stop until you reach the grand finale of the reference article highlighting the vibrant jewel tones of the ring-necked pheasant.

Table of Contents

Editor's Note: Show Time
by  Tom Huntington

Painting Notes: California Quail
by  Jerry Poindexter

Demonstration: Saw-whet Owl, Part Two
by  Al Jordan

Beginner's Notebook: Carving a Cork Red-Breasted Merganser, Part One
by  Thomas F. McCollum

Demonstration: Prairie Falcon, Part One
by Laurie Truehart

Demonstration: The Blair School, Part Two
by  Geoffrey Vine

Reference:  Asian Import
by  Rick Burkman

Click here to purchase the Spring 2011 issue.


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