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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by birdstuffer, Jan 24, 2015.
Very nice mount Cheri. Love the barrows.
Cheri, again beautiful barrows from you, love the scene and
Jay, nice diving goosander.
From me, a flushing American wigeon, thanks Cheri, on my new backdrop, love this background, gives the mounts a great touch,
Green and gold tanager. Glass dome goes over the base which will have plants attached later.
and you can do them Jay !!!!
[SIZE=medium]I decided to bring back my thread I started from last year. I won't post anything on BOTW anymore. These are what I finished last week. If you have any questions I will try and answer them...you can PM me too. Cheri[/SIZE]
I agree with you on this Cheri, There is no need to have multiple threads of the same subject. We have “Whats on your workbench and No host ….just posts. How may threads is necessary for the same thing.????
Very nice d/m Tim....here's one from me
Very nice work everybody, here are some that I have completed. Both wigeons I shot on my birthday on two different years. They are absolutely my favorite waterfowl, but it seems that I cannot shoot them on any other days.
Beautiful work Alex!
Alex x2 on the widgeons my favorite duck too and they look nice as do the rest of the birds on this site and I really like the turkey too and it is starting to get close to the turkey fever one of the most exciting birds to hunt in my opinion I love hearing the morning wake up and then the sounds of a hot gobbler rumbling the woods on a still mourning
love the dead hang
Cheri I like is the one belly out on the dead mount a snowy call drake I have been mounting birds a long time and never done a dead mount but since looking at this website I think I am going to do my first one for my shop with some snows and blue geese
Out the door today,crappy cell pics.i love it when the client says do what you want. So i did a mallard with an itch
Giant Canada Goose...
Here's one of mine
I'll take the Rooster! What an amazing mount Matt!
Northern Flickers. Notice how colorful they are underneath!
and how long their tongues are...