Well here's another tip requested by several people. It's a simple concept but it does take a little practice as ''things may seem backwards'' as you put the proper bends in the wires and attachment into the body, I prefer to use this method on most to all birds as it leaves little room for leg placement error and in the anatomy of the bird. Once you get used to wiring legs this way you can even remove the main bone leaving only the ''drumstick'' bone and all you will have to do is put the proper bends in the right spots, always use reference for your bone lengths so you know where the wire needs to be bent. The following set of pics shows the procedure and explains it visually, Remove all the flesh and marrow from the leg bones LEAVING the bones from the hip joint down. The pics show one leg with ALL the bones intact the other leg has only the drumstick bone remaining and shows the bends in the wire matching the side with the bones. I remove the leg by simply dislocating the hip joint that leaves all the bones and ball joints in place as a piece of reference. The last pic shows where I place cotton batting to fill the thigh area back up as I prefer to not wrap the muscle back in place on the thigh bone, just personal preference. Hopefully the pics will be self explanatory on their own. Good Luck and give it a try, I think you will be pleased at the results!