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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.
Here's a trio of Ringnecks I just finished up. Let me know what you guys think.
Small saturday work...6 parrots in 7 hours.
Thanks Eugene! a crows tail is slightly longer then some species but not by that much. Tony Finazzo custom molded all my heads for me and has a very good selection now. He has several sizes of Keelbill, swansons, toco, and Redbill.
My works :-\
THIS IS , OH YEH ME SO HAPPY ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
GOLDEN MARTENS FROM JAPAN/INC ALL THE NEEDED PAPERWORK OFCOURSE
8) look forward to seeing them martens stuffed ;D MR B, 8) 8)
I LL SHOW EM , BUT I NEED TO BE CAREFULL NOT TO RUEN ONE VERY VERY EXPENSIVE YA NO MATE$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
;D the god of taxi ;D will surely not ruin one ;D
come on now ya no this mate ;D ;D 8)
snowhare is the best thats for sure. i cant wait to see them!!!
how much do one of them goldens cost in us money?
M , THEY ARE $ 600,-EACH
Is that ithe animal in your avatar, Snowhare?
Do they have another name? I can't find any mention of them online and they are really pretty.
Oh ... oops. Never mind.
I Googled the Latin name that was written on the paper in your photo.
Snowhare always like to see your work! Havent posted on this thread for a while. Heres a few from the past few days.
You guys have been busy! There are some GOOOOD looking mounts in this thread!
Meanwhile, I've been doing boring stuff, besides trying to catch whatever massacred most of my turkeys. No luck so far, but at least the one that was very badly injured seems to be recovering. It's good, because all but one of my foundation toms are gone now, and this youngster may be a very busy boy next year. He's still a jake, and was just beginning to grow his first adult tail. He has to start over again, but I found part of his first attempt and thought it might make an interesing photo. When I talk about my strain of pencilled turkeys, this is where they get their name:
They were on my workbench right before I took the photo - honest!
This is the guy with the mutation that started the whole thing. He was 8 years old and still going strong until whatever it was killed him.
They don't all look exactly like him, but they all have solid primaries. That trait seems to be related to the pattern, as do the golden wing coverts.
Beautiful bird, The tail is gorgeous. To bad he's no more .Seems to me it would take a pretty good size "critter" to kill a bird that size?
wingman I thought so too but a coon with ''night vision'' can devestate a turkey pen ,all they have to do is scare them off the roost onto the ground the bird will huddle in a corner and it's over ,lost 5 in one spring ,good work on the merganser s ,Nancy that is more beautiful than a royal palm and they are quite a bird
mount 'em fast Snowhare, cant wait to see them finnished!
you ve got some time left after the Africa deal ha?