WF Winter 2022
On the cover:
Tom Park photographed his MINIATURE FLAMINGO. Learn how to carve one starting on page 48
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAINTING NOTES: Blue-gray Tanager
Blue and gray? Sounds more like the Civil War than a songbird.
PATTERN: Blue-gray Tanager by Jerry Poindexter
DEMONSTRATION: The Game’s Afoot
George Strunk’s antique-style goose is one well-balanced bird.
PATTERN: Canada Goose by George Strunk
DEMONSTRATION: The Indelible Snowbird, Part Two
Paint puts the slate color on this dark-eyed junco.
SHOWCASE: Why I Love Grebes
Theodore J. Smith
The founder of Grebes Unlimited explains his obsession.
DEMONSTRATION: Pretty in Pink, Part One
It would take a lot of wood to carve a life-size flamingo, so
we’ll stick with a miniature.
PATTERN: Flamingo by Tom Park
REFERENCE: Pipers at the Gates of Extinction
The piping plover faces challenges, but there is reason for hope.
PATTERN AND COLOR GUIDE: Piping Plover by Jean Minaudier
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