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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.

  1. MallardsFowlLife

    MallardsFowlLife Well-Known Member

    And this whiffling Snow
     

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  2. MallardsFowlLife

    MallardsFowlLife Well-Known Member

    Swimming Redhead
     

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  3. Naturalist

    Naturalist Member

    Hello to all my colleagues! A lot of work - more than 30 ducks were in one bag. Cold and vypekalis in the blood and in fat. Hope my patience and hard work will help me!;)....... Results I will share later on the forum!
     

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  4. pjhunter17

    pjhunter17 New Member

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    5th duck, first decent mount of aold squaw
     

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  5. tviper56

    tviper56 Active Member

    A pair of Pintails. Lots of pin feathers and broken bones but turned out good for the customer mount.
     

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  6. MallardsFowlLife

    MallardsFowlLife Well-Known Member

    Nice Gadwall Dropping In
     

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  7. MallardsFowlLife

    MallardsFowlLife Well-Known Member

    Butterball
     

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  8. nina5150

    nina5150 Well-Known Member

    A pretty lil call/widgeon cross hen...
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  9. FF/Birdman

    FF/Birdman Well-Known Member

    Nice job Nina. I like it. Keep up the good work, Paul.
     
  10. Just perfect Cindy ;)
    Greetings
    Tom
     
  11. Great job everyone, here are some new birds from my workshop
    Eurasian woodcock
     

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  12. corncrake
     

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  13. northern wheatear
     

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  14. middle spotted woodpecker
     

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  15. and the last one is mistle thrush ;D
    Cheers ;)
     

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  16. AliciaG

    AliciaG Museum taxidermist and exhibit preparator

    Awesome looking birds! LTB, love the corncrake and wheatear! Nina, pretty duck ;)
     
  17. Trapper2016

    Trapper2016 Thanks for this awesome forum!

    You are insanely talented LTB. They look better than the actual alive bird!

    Amazing Job!

    Chris
     
  18. nina5150

    nina5150 Well-Known Member

    Tks guys.
    Tom you savage..haha...thoes are awesome.always looking forward to your work...tks foe sharing. .
     
  19. Thank you Cindy, Trapper2016 and AliciaG for kind words. I realy appreciate that friends :D :D
    Greetings to all of you
    Tom
     
  20. nina5150

    nina5150 Well-Known Member

    Lil piny

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