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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by BrookeSFD16, Jan 4, 2020.
Nice turkey Mr Rogers, nice clean lines and natural face colors.
So here is one of those birds that at first you think is sweet but then..... you thaw it and skin it!
Wings were hit very hard, no bones left. Head has two big ole holes in it. Right in the crest too. All in all it turned out ok but it has a show side for sure.
Thank you !! Your wood duck is smoking!! Them guys aren't easy to do something.
Beautiful work as usual!!
Banking quacker this afternoon
Not birds but got to get bears done. Bear season opens in two weeks WOW where did the year go!!
Brooke, I believe that's the nicest dead mount I've seen, good job.
Shot to hell pin feathered ditch chicken that I mounted on Monday and forgot to post
It was a pen raised bird to boot so small chipped wings, fat belly and chipped tail
Ok good news with my Blue-eared pheasant I had done a while ago. I was able to get rid of the smell. He smells like nothing now! I guess I”ll move on to painting him next! I post pictures after. I had recently finished a crappie 2 days ago. He turned out amazing! Got to paint him too, but I’ll leave him for last.
bears where are you getting your woodys? older drakes are some of the last to leave in east central minnesota as long as rivers are open... and some very nice prime birds along with hoody whistler and gw
Customers harvest them all over the state but mainly west side. The majority are early harvests, regardless of where. I have seen them in NW MN in November but I am in deer mode by that time myself and think most others are as well.
Here's an African grey parrot with a plucking problem I finished on Tuesday. (Will cut the wire when he fully dry)