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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.
Cut the neck completely out and reattached the head at a different angle and low neck position.
Man what a difference Matt !!!!!!!!! By the way Happy Birthday
Specially for taxos, a finch and a bunting ;D
Thank you Sir.
VERY nice work Peter Span.
Here's one that was photographed on the work bench at least.
KMA, Love your ducks. Always smooth and excellent groomed. Peter, nice birds. But I don't think Taxos will drool they are too common
Peter,Sure do like seeing those "tweety" bird mounts Always amazes me, Igor never disappoints either! Heres today's two Ptarmigan, They can be challenging to say the least.
Here is a can piece that I'm working on...I'll post again when I get the hen on the reeds...
thanks about the kind words about the badger guyz good words always make next day better
KMA Happy Birthday ...later is better the never (at leas i hope so)
here is from today...not yet done, tomorrow will be a bird again, but the hardest is next to come :
Here they are together, turned out OK I guess.....
nice Harry do you have a close up of the hen I like that pose
Shawn, I 'll shoot one tomorrow after I inject the feet and legs..... I like the hen too..!!!!
Here's a buck I got this year. about to be on the work bench along with 2 others.
Does somebody know what this is?
it looks like a Numenius phaeopus (Whimbrel on english) to me vondutch
Regewulp geen Eskimo
gaap! not another bullfinch! but nicely mounted peterspanniepannie!
Von Dutch, no slenderbilled or eskimo///....
Hi Von Dutch,
It's a whimbrel (Numenius phaeopus).
You can check the measures of the bird.
Whimbrel: length 400-460 mm, bill 54-99 mm, tarsus 52-68 mm.
Eskimo curlew: length 290-340mm, bill 42-60 mm, tarsus 42-46 mm.
Measure it and you (we) will know it.