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Spring 2012

This Spring 2012 issue features fascinating information on the goldeneye and meadowlark, the beginning of an exciting gannet project, and a profile on long-time carver Jim Hazeley. These articles also highlight key painting techniques for some of our most beloved species, including the red-tailed hawk started in the last issue. Plus, readers will get an exclusive look at Wings on the Water: The Great Gallery of Ducks, Geese, and Loons, a new book which pairs more than 24 waterfowl reference articles from Wildfowl Carving Magazine with iconic photographs from the acclaimed Steve Maslowski.

Table of Contents

Editor's Column: New Stuff
by Tom Huntington

Painting Notes: Western Meadowlark
by Jerry Poindexter

Beginner’s Notebook: Stool Pigeons
by Frank Werner

Showcase: Keystone Carver
by Bill Einsig

Demonstration: Northern Gannets, Part One
by Tom Park

Demonstration: Putting the “Red” in “Red-Tailed”
by Al Jordan

Reference: Reflections on the Goldeneye
by Rick Burkman

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