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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by BrookeSFD16, Apr 2, 2022.
I can't wait until we see green grass up here in Wisconsin! Here's what we are dealing with this morning. Snow and 30 mile an hour winds!
Blue crowned mot mot mounted from a victorian study skin. Photo of the study skin and then the mounted bird
Yeah a blue phased Ross is about one in ten thousand in snow geese flocks, literally. looked up the odds, really cool bird. About the rarest trophy a north american waterfowler can harvest.
Yup damn rare , probably not as rare as a white wing tipped Speck but its one of the most rare in NA ..Then you have guys that shoot what we call a tweener half Blue / Ross looks a lot like a Blue Phase Ross but they're bigger in size so its your first clue .. And they're rare , Not Rare like a true Blue Phase Ross .