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if it looks like a crow, but doesn't sound like a crow, it's a fish crow. The beak isn't as heavy in appearance as well.
Red on Black, friend to Jack, Red on yellow, Kill a fellow. or at least that is what I am familiar with. I never really had any intent...
Not neccessarily a biird I suppose..
It's wings and legs are wired in traditional bird manner!!
and here is this...
red legged partridge.
close but not quite.. there isn't enough barring to be a red tail, either adult or juvenile also the size comparison to the brick says this bird...
Looks like a Rio and a transplanted Merriam's to me.. Either way.. both turkeys.. same species, different sub species.
Dip it in hot water and blow dry.. should solve your problems.. although it looks as though slight bends are the least of the problems to start...
But that ofcourse is what makes this thread so much more exciting than facebook could ever be.
hmmmm... I think I need more coffee before I try to process this this this..... uahm.. yeah.... I'll just keep my mouth shut for the time being.
WIth the wings inverted, I doubt there are issues with that.
watch for it at garage sales if that's your cup of tea.. I usually find enough to get me through til next season.
I second the salt water soak... sometimes the salt will pull the blood , sometimes not, but atleast it should remain stable in the salt water.
my rule of thumb is this.. if you're gonna have to explain the pose to the general population, then I would reconsider...
Funny I did a crowned crane in 2008 that had been in the freezer since the early 60's. Amazingly, it rehydrated fine, the neck took a little...
Excessive freezer burn normally leads to a less than desireable end result to begin with. I would probalby just pass on the mount all together....
White red-taileds,, although not common, are seen regularly around the states.. The few pictures I have seen of them do not lead me to think they...
Yes i love this publicaton.. and Wingman... I've seen them at that ridiculous price as well on amazon and eBay. I however, found mine at the home...
I am always in hot water for some reason or another..