competition quality, feather perfect pen raised waterfowl

Submitted by Jeffery Brown on 5/29/02. ( duckboyoregon@aol.com ) 205.188.209.133

The season has begun and I already have many many species hatching.
Last year I sold out quickly so thought i'd get a head start on
letting everyone know what to expect if anyone wants to get an
early start on holding birds.

All birds for taxidermy are regularly inspected for imperfections, any
damaged feathers plucked to be regrown. They are kept in large
flight pens on fresh running water to insure competition quality
feather perfect birds. References upon request. I spent a lot of
time and a lot of money insuring that I got the best bloodline's available for optimum markings, pattern and coloration. All birds
are guaranteed full refund if not completely satisfied.

Prices are per bird (drakes) hens available upon request at a lower
price (depending on species) * indicates birds that require two
full years to reach adult plumage. Discounts for large orders.

*Smew $350
*Hooded merganser $100
*Barrows Goldeneye $200
Canvasback $100 (amazing bloodlines)
Redhead $75
Baikal Teal $200 (spectacular birds)
Falcated $100
Ringed $50
Greenwing $50
Cinnimon $50
Wood Ducks $50 (the best money can buy)
Mandarins $50 (from wild caught stock)
N.A. Shovelors $75
White faced Tree ducks
*Red Breasted Geese $500
*Barnicle Geese $150

any birds not listed can easily be aquired and kept on my ponds till they color out to perfection. Birds without a "*" should be ready for shipping no later than this October. Birds are shipped whole and frozen.

Any questions or for photo's and references you can contact me at duckboyoregon@aol.com

Cheers
J

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forgot a species

This response submitted by Jeff Brown on 5/29/02. ( ) 205.188.209.9

also forgot to mention that I have some european widgeon's on their nests right now.

I didn't realize this till just recently but they do in fact take two years to aquire the pure white wing patches, so they will take at least two years to color out appropriately. i'm sure I will keep some drakes back regardless and will be available when they reach adulthood.

Thanks
J


Ruddy Duck?

This response submitted by Alex Sabolsky on 07/20/2002. ( rider2002@epix.net ) 205.238.218.53

Do you have or can you get, Ruddy Duck Drakes in their summer plumage and if so how much?

Thank You,

Alex


Ruddy Duck?

This response submitted by Alex Sabolsky on 07/20/2002. ( rider2002@epix.net ) 205.238.218.53

Do you have or can you get, Ruddy Duck Drakes in their summer plumage and if so how much?

Thank You,

Alex


Competition quality feather perfect pen raised waterfowl

This response submitted by Bob on 08/06/2002. ( the 2 skinners@aol.com ) 64.12.96.103

would like mallard drake to mount for taxidermy test


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