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very nice. It's rare I see a well done pheasant. Good job. Did over 40 pheasants this year. I'm on vacation until September.
Nice lines on the head, very clean bird.
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Had a blue goose with speck stripes. MT FWP said it was a cross between and blue and speck. This might be the same thing.
Very nice I like that pose.
That's how it goes. I was looking forward to it this year, but I have several customers birds to keep me busy until duck season, so its all good....
The other bird is a Greater Sage Grouse, Shot here in Montana. I'm glad you liked it.
[ATTACH] Another show piece.
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]Was going to use these at show this year.
The MTA canceled this year, like a lot of States. Here's one I was going to use at show this year.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
I agree, brother Jar Head. Semper Fi
Thanks, everyone.:) It will take a good month to dry, then a lot of finishing work. Will post when bird is completed.
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Hard question.......It all depends on what pose you are going to do and what type of base it will be on. Also what type of habitat will be used if...
They also make larger ones that I use on my Turkeys, Swans and Sand Hill Cranes. I buy them at Walmart.
They don't damage the feathers and quills and you can bend them for thickness and shape.
If you ever get a extra King Eider up in Alaska let me know.