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A Bufflehead Tweener, Part One: Carving                                                                                       

Several years ago, I visited the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art in Salisbury,… More

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The Rust of the Story                                                   

Texture is one of my favorite playgrounds with three-dimensional wood… More

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Nashville Style                                       

After carving and painting the Nashville warbler, we need a place to mount… More

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A Hen Wood Duck Head                                                 

I felt that a miniature duck would be a great project for work on anatomy,… More

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Carving a Common Redpoll, Part Three: Habitat                                                                                                   

Choosing the right habitat can make or break a carving, so plan this stage… More

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Demonstration: Carver's Block                                                                   

Many authors fear encountering writers block, the feeling of being unable… More

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The Beach Robin                                       

A letter in this magazine recently caught my eye. The writer said he… More

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Avian Ogres                               

"One of the most breathtaking of the worlds weirdest birds.Thats how the… More

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Just a Gull: Part Two                                                   

In the article that appeared in the previous issue, I carved, sealed, and… More

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Great Horned Owl                                         

By weight, the great horned owl (Bubo virginianus) is the second largest… More

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Sanderling                             

I find it nearly impossible to resist smiling when I see the small… More

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Hooded Oriole                                   

The hooded oriole (Icterus cucullatus) measures between 7 and 8 inches in… More

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A Cork Mallard                                     

Historically, the use of cork for making decoy bodies was common in the… More

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