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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by BrookeSFD16, Jan 1, 2019.
Blue wing hen. Fun times ahead.
looks like the hunter knew he or she couldn't eat it so they thought they would get it mounted LOL WOW
Brooke is that to imply that all of the ducks that come in don't look like that? That resembles most that show up here, pin feathered and shot to hell.
I'm sure in the end you will make it look great!
Would be nice if they all looked like this cinn teal huh lol. I got a mallard in the sink now that looks like your bwt
The price is dependent on what your overhead is and the amount of time you invest in the piece; and what YOUR market will bear. Your work is worth every penny, so beautiful. I love your wood ducks.
Valentine's day Wood Duck
On the bench
The Eurasian woodcock with the own cast head
That's not that bad, just finished a Eastern Turkey that had 73 holes, over 2 hours sewing.
Couple of pinfeathered blue wings
And a Redhead with only one foot
First off Brooke, you do awesome work!! You would be flooded with work at the price you charge if you were here in CA, most good taxidermists here are around $450+ and turning away work.
Yes, get on Instagram, a lot more hunters and fisherman use that app because you can be specific on who and what you want to look at, unlike Facebook where you have to sift through what people cooked for dinner and selfies with their BFF's!!
I just finished making a flesher yesterday and have all the supplies to stuff a drake spoonie and drake cinnamon teal.......if everything turns out then I have a drake gadwall, a few GW teal, and a pair of mallards for my sons room. My kids are getting older and hanging out with friends and girlfriends more and more so I gotta keep busy if im not fishing or hunting!!
Brooke don't you just hate those blue feathers on a BWT or is it just me?
very nice job on the redhead
Tule, I got on Instagram...so far nothing. I can see where younger people would prefer it to Facebook since it's basically just pictures and no reading. I'm beasoncustomtaxidermy on there.
Barry...not just you
Museum man... thanks. Late season bird yet still completely pinfeathered.