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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.
yep me wants to see them goldens mounted in a nice snow habitat ;D
yes, with a lot of moss and artificial plants 8)
and perhaps one playing a guitar
;D i like to see one mounted in a takeshi's castle type habitat ;D ;D ;D
J They need to be in a snowy river scene with boulders, pebbles and water. They ought to be cased, perhaps 5 sided glass. Case needs to be 1 metre, by 1metre and 750mm high. Just my personal view. Shit loads of WASCO snow required for that one ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D and will take 2 people to carry it
to see one mounted in a takeshi's castle type habitat ;D ;D ;D
You know YAFF for a Northern Monkey, you are quiet well read. You never cease to suprise.
;D yea TC you southern fairy ;D ;D i'm a very educated man ;D ;D ;D ;D
Hey Wingman, That RB is a STUD!!! Nice bird's as always
Heres a couple banged up wholesale Pinnies.
Two more for today
Took some time to snap a couple of crummy pictures
These guys are off the workbench after waiting for 2 months for me to get back from fishing camp. Still need to throw some habitat rocks/weeds to hide my wires. This will pretty much be the last pice you see from me till December after my hunting guiding season is complete.
LOL!! I used to do tons of those decoy mounts. I had a client back in Houston who was determined to get a pair of every kind of duck mounted like that, and he was getting pretty close to having his collection complete when I moved to Washington.
Shot-up feet? No problem!
I hate decoy mounts almost as much as a bird dangling from the celing. Customer wanted it though because he says duck feet are ugly ???
Oh yeah, now there's 2 :-\
Can I ask a question. Why a cammo hammer?.
K Mart special... $!.00. And it's cool.
Sweet looking ducks and Hammer ;D
those are sweet looking uhh is there a way to put them on some plexiglass ''water dark and muddy looking so they really are swimming? feet couldn't be seen then anyway!!!
I like your bluebirds wingman...
Nice job on those decoys Mike! Like the neck shapes.