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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.
Ah finally them special puffin 8), wish I knew that friend too ;D
anyone knows where mister Francois is ??
Milo he is in france having hollydays
puffin looks superb
nice puffin skua im looking forward to one of your future birds you know the one with red eye,s the best daniel
Finally got some time for another bird......
No birds tonight but some real nice fox.
Customer woodie. I love when a customer brings in a good specimen.
nice one Skua, on a nice piece of wood aswell !
tell me, is that a Nothern Loon feather I see in the background ???
it is ;D i have to put it on the bird again :
you're caught!!! ;D
super nice widgeon and drake woodie ,waterfowler and mrn ,,question are puffins greasy as say a park fed mallard ??
yes they are 8) ask daniel he is the puffin master ;D
No taxidermy on my workbench today. Just some beards and spurs that are all I could salvage after something got into my turkieys last night and wiped out most of my breeders and almost half of my youngsters.
This area is going to be a war zone for the next few days, I suspect.
Here are a couple from my bench I will add one more to the Black mandible tomorrow.
Sorry to hear about your loss Nancy. We recently had a dog attack here, and I lost 20 chickens. I thought my pens were secure, but I guess not good enough. Some of the chickens were my pets, over 4 years old. Some were breeders that I hatched myself, from shipped eggs. They were all very special, as I'm sure your turkeys are to you. I hope you can find whatever animal is responsible for this.
What is it this year??
33- from a 2 day mink before I got her. Killed just to kill (mink are the DEVIL)
I will take a pic on my workbench and put it on here
VERY cool Mike! Paint job on the lower bird is impressive. I am making a "toucrow" might need use these pics as a "reference". Are the tails longer on crows than toucans? Look to be. Nancy and Wa, Raising birds is enjoyable until the day the flock has an "intruder" I think we all experience it at some time SUCKS!, It is amazing how focused you get to "catch the Bas**** that kills your birds. Here's a pic of my "intruder" almost a year ago to the day. No problems since! LOL
I haven't caught mine yet, but I did spend quite a bit of time yesterday getting acquainted with the .22 rifle that I have owned for, oh ... about 30 years or more. (inherited) I think I fired it ONCE back in the 70s, just to see if it worked. Anyway, 'turns out that that a Remington 581 is pretty close to being a collectible nowadays. LOL! I guess that's what happens when you get old and keep the same stuff you've always had. Oh well, as long as it shoots I don't care.
Redhead with a long and narrow bill, and a sloped forehead, although you can't tell with the puffy doo.