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1985-1989 Issues of Wildfowl Carving Magazine                                                                                                   

Previous issues of Wildfowl Carving Magazine from 1985-1989 More

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1990-1999 Issues of Wildfowl Carving Magazine                                                                                                   

Previous issues of Wildfowl Carving Magazine from 1990-1999 More

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2000-2009 Issues of Wildfowl Carving Magazine                                                                                                   

Previous issues of Wildfowl Carving Magazine from 2000-2009 More

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A Day for Wildfowl Carving                                                             

There are many people out there who have no idea that wildfowl carving… 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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All in the Family                                           

Rich and Ross Smoker are both accomplished carvers. Although the brothers… More

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Altered Landscapes                                             

Tom Huntington is the editor of Wildfowl Carving Magazine.Carver Tom… More

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Bird Carvers Flock to the 48th Annual Easton…

The Easton Waterfowl Festival, held every November in the town of Easton… More

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Carving the Black-billed Magpie                                                                       

The magpie is one of my favorite birds to carve. It has great personality… More

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Doug Mason on Miniature and Life-Size Wildfowl…

Doug Mason does life-size ducks, and he does some really nice miniatures,… More

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Editor's Column: Birds, Birds, Birds!                                                                                   

Wildfowl carving may seem like a pretty specific niche, but it has a… More

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Editor's Column: Same Time Next Year                                                                                 

I always feel a sense of bittersweet melancholy when I start packing up my… More

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Five in the Oven                                         

In 2016 I was honored to be selected as the Master Carver for the Easton… More

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Gerald Painter and His Amazing Miniature Wood…

At the 2017 Easton Waterfowl Festival, Gerald Painter talks about some of… More

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Hunting Partner                                       

My fascination with the red-tailed hawk began during my apprentice years… More

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