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Make Your Habitat Blossom                                                           

Small blossoms such as apple, plum, or hawthorn can add another dimension… More

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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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The Tufted Titmouse                                               

The tufted titmouse (Parus bicolor) is the largest North American… More

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House Finch                               

The house finch (Carpodacus mexicanus) measures between five and six… More

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A Bird with Character, Part three                                                                           

For some time now, I have wanted to do a wall mount presentation with one… More

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A Baltimore Oriole, Part Three                                                                     

Almost any tall deciduous tree that grows within the oriole's range would… More

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East Meets West, Part Two: The Eastern Blue Jay                                                                                                       

Applying the vibrant blues and subtle violets that exist in this bird will… More

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A Sense of Scale                                         

Every time I attend a carving show I am reminded of my own beginnings in… More

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Western Meadowlark                                             

There may be as many as three species of meadowlarks, and it is hard to… More

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A Ringed Teal Drake - Part One: Carving                                                                                       

Most novice carvers begin with modest goals. Initially we may hope to just… More

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Northern Cardinal, Part One                                                               

With this cardinal, I created a fairly simple bird so I could concentrate… More

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Carving the Scrub Jay: A Bird with Character                                                                                                 

The scrub jay, like other jays, has a lot of character. You can spend many… More

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Keystone Carver                                       

If you talk with almost any carver in South Central Pennsylvania, Jim… More

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A Baltimore Oriole, Part Two                                                                 

In the last issue, I carved the Baltimore oriole, did the texturing and… More

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Top Carvers Attend 47th Annual Easton Waterfowl…

Each November the town of Easton, on Marylands Eastern Shore, celebrates… More

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