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I believe it is just caused by being frozen and the lost of color due to death. I would paint it normally. Unless they had pictures showing...
That's exactly why I replied. I was pretty sure you were experienced in skinning them out. Just cut around the bill and skin back toward the neck....
and make sure the down and feathers are dry
I've seen Brewer's Ducks with all sorts of color configurations on their head
So have you done a few ducks already? All of them inverting the skin of some sort? Did you skin them all the way to the bill? Over the ear holes...
Yes he has them and I bought some for my habitat with Harles.
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One of the reasons the cape is sunken and those white feathers are showing along the back is the neck position is wrong. Even a flying bird has an...
One of the reasons it's sunken and those white feathers are showing is the neck position is wrong. Even a flying bird has an "S" curve to the...
I've got 2 portable generators for hurricane season but who'd thunk I needed them ready for winter time!!
What's all that white crap in Boerne, TX?
Those are some great pictures. They would be better in the bird reference section so they could be found easier in the future
Same here Brooke, white crap everywhere, 14°, no power for 21 hours (lucky) only 2 more days of this and calling for 72° next week
I think it looks great but don't have any experience on those birds to give
I just use the lexel caulk. Start at the underside of a board with it in the caulk gun and slowly squeeze some out and go down with the gun...
Just like this
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I screw a duck head to a piece of wood with bill facing up and freeze it solid. Take it out and smear 100% silicone from a caulk tube all over it...
I'm not sure at all. I've done 1 buffalo mount in 40 years of taxidermy. I'm in coastal TX. Looking for info from experienced peers
I just like this one
Artificial - just poured 4 of them yesterday