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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.
Big, Fat hen!
nice blue FU and Breck, I am looking forward to your peacock,
Brooke, that is a really beautiful gadwall hen
This is my 4th bird. First 2 went in the trash before they were done. 3rd is crappy but I learned.
This one I'll at least show a picture of.
Love the pose on the mallard Brooke, nice job on the chukar too.
My first attempt at a woodcock. They are definitely thin skinned. Still needs some grooming.
Capercaillie for my brother.. 8)
A long billed snow goose.
Hello all. I have not posted here in awhile so I thought I would share this nice hooded that I am working on. Wishing everyone a great week ahead, Paul.
That's one ugly snow goose DL!
Here's a young Widgeon
Wasn't the most pleasant smelling either.
Beautiful Lapwing. Or as they're known here locally .'Peewit' we don't see so many of them as we used to . Thanks for sharing it.
stargazer644 thanks ; )
Ok.best i could do at this stage.i found him at the bottom of my freezer all ready skined out..:/..and has been there for a good 4 years...also some bald patches.was going to toss him but i figured it would be a good learning experience and too beautiful to throw away.i have a couple smaller birds that are in same condition..joy...one missing half lower jaw.. ...
This one is missing the left side of his mandible(inside and out). Some would have trashed it.still the best way for me to learn is just mount it up for practice.had to do a pose that didnt show the bad side..