Lesser Scaup Working Decoy.
Cardinal on Rock. The Cardinal is the state bird of seven different states, including my state of North Carolina. This piece is about 10 inches high and about 8 inches in diameter.
Goldfinch on Branch. This piece is carved from tupelo gum wood and mounted on ambrosia maple base. The piece is about 10 inches high and 6 inches in diameter.
Green Aracari from South America. This piece is about 24 inches high, 10 inches wide, and 8 inches deep.
Bird is carved from tupelo gum wood and various materials were used to create the habitat.
Red Legged Honeycreepers. These bird are found in Central and South America and are regular visitors to fruit left out to attract them. This piece is about 18 inches high and about 10 inches in diameter. It can be seen at the Germanton Gallery in Germanton, North Carolina. The mangoes and birds are carved in tupelo gum wood and the stems and leaves are brass.
This is a Red Tailed Comet Hummingbird. It is found in north central South America. The piece is about 12 inches high and 8 inches in diameter. The bird, flower, and leaves are carved in tupelo gum wood and the stem is brass.
This piece can be seen at Piedmont Craftsmen Gallery in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Female Kestrel on Rock
The female Kestrel is the only bird of prey in America which is colored differently than the male. This piece is about 16 inches high and is about 10 inches in diameter.
The bird is painted in artist oils and the rock is painted in acrylics. This piece can be seen at the Germanton Gallery in Germanton , North Carolina.
Blue-winged teal hunting decoy.
Bluebird on stump.
Bluebird on Post.