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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by francois, Oct 11, 2009.
it is very old but nice for my collection
also new for the collection
francy,that birds are awesome,,once i saw one of that green bird on igor's work bench,,,
jeff,that eider is very beautiful!
Wat you gona do with 200 huminbirds
I love this thread and want to thank those that contribute to it. Not only is it enjoyable to see the variety of rare birds, but it's nice seeing the different types of specimens besides ducks, game birds, turkeys and geese that make up most of the work done in the states. The quality of work, and the difficulty of what you guys often have to work with blows my mind.
i want to exchange Redneck Express.
Wat you wanta exchange for
trop. birds like toucan, hornbil, kingfischer, parrots, special exotic birds etc.
francois - sure wish we lived in the same country - I would imagine we'd be quite good friends - I have loads of things I'd love to trade with you (sigh) I will just have to admire from afar -
Maybe in our next life or? you never know
great post !
customer will be pleased ;D
beautiful beeeater!sure constumer will be!
I like the beeeeater, Whow Hop
What about this one, just new for the collection. It is old but iam still happy with it. Red Ruffed Fruitcrow
I hope you now better see the size
that one's great, Francois! You surely will prepare loads of wet dreams to the flyfishing community
you are right Waldrap, it is one of the most wanted birds for flyfish. But is now in my collection and not used for flyfish
really a solace to me to know your specimen in untouched state, just imagine all the bare-breasted plucked Fruitcrows over the world... :'(
Afr. pygmee falcon