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Check out our Summer 2019 issue! You really don't want to miss this… More
Check out our Fall 2019 issue! You really don't want to miss this Wildfowl… More
Several years ago, I visited the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art in Salisbury,… More
Texture is one of my favorite playgrounds with three-dimensional wood… More
After carving and painting the Nashville warbler, we need a place to mount… More
I felt that a miniature duck would be a great project for work on anatomy,… More
Choosing the right habitat can make or break a carving, so plan this stage… More
Many authors fear encountering writers block, the feeling of being unable… More
A letter in this magazine recently caught my eye. The writer said he… More
"One of the most breathtaking of the worlds weirdest birds.Thats how the… More
In the article that appeared in the previous issue, I carved, sealed, and… More
By weight, the great horned owl (Bubo virginianus) is the second largest… More
I find it nearly impossible to resist smiling when I see the small… More
The hooded oriole (Icterus cucullatus) measures between 7 and 8 inches in… More
Historically, the use of cork for making decoy bodies was common in the… More
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