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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by ed150, May 7, 2008.

  1. jasonb

    jasonb I think I'll keep her

    as soon as I get my pics downloaded into thge puter I willpost the pic of a turkey that Jeff Sonner helped me with and it ROCKS.
     
  2. Tri-Ponds is 45 minutes north of Utica NY ,,snow country.

    Gregg Ielfield
     

  3. bw

    bw New Member

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    nice birds Greg
     
  4. jsbdeerhunter

    jsbdeerhunter New Member

    very nice bird Alicia l, especially for your first one , good job
     
  5. Jesse Carr

    Jesse Carr Get a holt with your feet and stick your chest out

    yeah it is i live in saratoga and go to school in morrisville that about an hour and fifteen minutes from you
     
  6. jasonb

    jasonb I think I'll keep her

    Here's my bird form Jeff Sonners place. He does awesome work.
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  7. Looks good Jason, you need to readjust your primary wing feathers, nice paint job on the head is that freezedried?
     
  8. jasonb

    jasonb I think I'll keep her

    Yes it is freeze dryed but it was a very poor quality job but with me moving and all I had no time to ship back and the feathers have been adjusted. Thanks
     
  9. Gobblingfever

    Gobblingfever 100% PEER GOBBLER ADDICTION!!!!

    I too like the paint job from what I can see. Not the usual dark solid colors.
     
  10. KevinH

    KevinH Active Member

    heres one I just got done

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  11. I like that pose, Kevin H!
     
  12. Here is a pair ...
     
  13. cwt

    cwt Active Member

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    the last one to go out
     
  14. cwt

    cwt Active Member

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    i didnt paint the head by the way a taxidermist down in florida painted I personally dont like it.but that is one fello's opinion
     
  15. Glass eye

    Glass eye Active Member

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    2006 ocellated
     
  16. My Sons 2008 Kansas Rio. ;D
     
  17. Auggie

    Auggie Startem young

    Cross breed tom that I raised. Royal palm and red bourb I think. The head is quite red and the feet are almost purple looking, but I have pictures of this tom for years and watched him on a daily basis, and he is what he was. ;) ;D I have one of his sons left that has the same pigmentation.
     
  18. jasonb

    jasonb I think I'll keep her

    Those are some good looking birds there Glass eye.
     
  19. One more. My 2008 Nebraska Meriums
     
  20. those turkeys are great