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2018 issues of Wildfowl Carving Magazine
I've always been interested in decoys that look old. Learning the… More
The tufted titmouse (Parus bicolor) is the largest North American… More
Rodents Beware is a name that suits this owl perfectly. Having lived on… More
Check out our Spring 2018 issue! You really don't want to miss this… More
The final stage to this sculpture is painting the bird. The barn owl has a… More
When picking a good songbird to demonstrate carving techniques, I chose… More
Check out our Summer 2018 issue! You really don't want to miss this… More
I first met Tom Baldwin in 2011 at the Wings n Water show in Stone Harbor,… More
Shorebirds have always been favorite subjects for me. My first experience… More
Check out our Fall 2018 issue! You really don't want to miss this Wildfowl… More
Tom Huntington is the editor of Wildfowl Carving Magazine.Carver Tom… More
In the last issue we carved and primed a yellowlegs. While the bird in… More
Fish-eating birds come in different forms. Small birds like terns and… More
Gadwalls are one of my favorite species of waterfowl. I especially love… More
"There it is, the leader of our group called as she aimed her spotting… More
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