Monthly Archive: March 2016

How to: Narrow a Deer Muzzle

Back in the 70’s, I can remember one of the old-timers at Jonas Brothers telling me in no uncertain terms: “You must not let the skin be your master!”. He was of course, correct. But sometimes, the skin can’t co-operate, and a form alteration can make all the difference in the world.

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How to: Enlarge a Deer Muzzle

Whitetail deer vary dramatically from area to area, sub-specie to sub-specie, and even from deer to deer within any given region or sub-specie. Just as people come in all sizes and shapes, so do deer! This is a sculptor’s

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Photography- A few shots from Tanzania

Photography is a great passion of mine. I like everything cameras, but I particularly enjoy bird photography.  I am a “birder” at heart, but somehow, for me, simply seeing or observing a bird is not enough. I need a photograph! And the same goes for mammals of all kinds. So in this category, I will …

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69F7324R The Barry Wensel Buck

Every deer hunt has its’ story and some stories are simply more interesting than others. The story of a deer named Hurley is truly an amazing one when you consider it lasted over a period of 6 long years!

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