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These patented windsocks are available in snow goose, blue goose, juvy snow goose, canada goose, specks, cranes, and mallards. They have full body appearance with motion like a windsock with the portability of a silhouette. Wind is not required for full body appearance due to integrated support system.
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We carry all the top brands of duck and goose decoys. We also carry an extensive line of accessories. We work hard to provide you with knowledgeable and fast service. Most are shipped the same day as the order is placed.Welcome to Canada's waterfowl company for hunting gear. Field or water, full body or silhouette decoys, we have the products that can help you with a successful hunt.
Notify me when this product is available:. View full product details. This AXP Pack comes This AXP Pack comes complete with Carefully selected positions will offer a perfect blend of feeders, walkers, and sentries to project a true flock of feeding These oversized honker shells are designed to stack tight and use minimal storage space allowing you to get more shells to the field.
The anatomy of these goose shells allows you to duplicate late season Natural postures and anatomically perfect bodies are highlighted by intricate paint schemes, mimicking Printed on extra thick fluted plastic material with outdoor grade inks and ultra matte overprint for many years All one piece EVA plastic, 3 different body positions, and Dakota's durable ring base design. Includes 5 active position All one piece EVA plastic, 2 different feeder body positions, and Dakota's durable ring base design.
Includes 6 feeder Hit them with something they have not seen before, the Dakota Decoy Signature Series. Includes 5 active position decoys and Includes 6 feeder decoys with New from Dakota Decoy Company, these lesser Canada Goose floater decoys feature a one piece construction with flocked heads. The MEVA plastic makes them lighter which helps with walk ins as well as saving some These Whitefront decoys are built Dakota tough and will be the envy of all speck hunters.
The decoys are a one piece decoy for ease of hunting. The heads are molded into the body, so Late season means cold temperatures and wary birds. To be successful, you need to duplicate what the birds are doing, and realism is a must. One piece, stackable construction with flocked heads, combined with DOAWe ship UPS Ground domestically.
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Shelburne Museum Curator Kory Rogers Talks Decoys
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The standard has been set for Canada decoys — and this is it. View Full-Body Goose Packages. About The Show. Hand carved by a master sculptor. Blow-molded into reality from hand-carved designs, these decoys harness unbeatable detail and durability.I nI found Tommy Rogers on the corner of the stage filming judging. That's not an unusual offer to hear, but it is unusual that Tommy stood by that offer and has never failed to share his expertise and advice whenever asked.
In fact, several of the how-to articles in the IWCA Library were projects he first developed for local carvers through grants from the Ward Foundation.
He went out of his way to share the photos and step-by-step directions with IWCA. Tommy says he has always been active in the woodshop making furniture, plaques, and other woodcraft projects.
But by the mid '80s, he was looking for something new. Tommy taught himself to paint and admired the work of Jack Cox. That's interesting because Brother Gaskill once said that as he developed his own skills, he learned from both Tommy and Jack. Now that's quite a pair to learn from," Brother said. In his early days, Tommy worked to develop the fancy texturing of the decorative floating birds.
Another carver finally told him to "get the anatomy right" before he started to texture. Tommy says he realizes now that he had some of the "prettiest feathers on the ugliest birds.
Tommy followed that advice, turned his study to anatomy, and began painting slicks. He soon learned that painting a slick for detail was far more difficult than painting a textured bird and took far longer. He now says that painting a slick for detail takes him about four times longer than painting a textured bird. Knowing his creativity and love of experimenting with new ideas, however, it would not be surprising to see a few shorebirds or songbirds coming from his shop.
Like many carvers, Tommy does few commissions. He enjoys the freedom of following his own interests and doesn't like to work from a list. While he sells many of his carvings to collectors, others are given away and many are donated for worthy fundraising efforts at carving shows, churches, and other community events.
Tommy was a manager at Dupont for thirty years until he retired. He says, "I was the typical hard-driving, Type A personality. He had a massive heart attack while in the ER at a local hospital. His heart stopped six times and six times the ER doctors had to shock him to restart his troubled heart. If the attack had happened anywhere but in the ER, Tommy knows he would not be with us today. Tommy says the episode affected his troubled heart in another, even more significant, way.
Although he had previously attended church, he really didn't know the Lord as his Savior. In the months that followed the heart attack, Tommy was drawn closer to the Lord and became an ardent believer in Christ. While "jailhouse conversions" and "ER conversions" can, at times, be suspect, Tommy's realization of the Lord's hand in his life is real. Friends and co-workers who knew him before the heart attack had difficulty understanding the change in his life and attitude.
For Tommy, it was a change only the Lord could bring about and one that started within his heart and grew outward. He now believes that all he's done in his life— C crew chief in the Air Force, draftsman, cabinet maker, managing people in the Air Force and Dupont, working with crafts and carvingeven his heart attack—were all experiences he was given to prepare him for helping others for God's glory.
Following the devastating flooding caused by Hurricane Floyd inTommy worked with the North Carolina Baptist Men for fourteen months assisting families in his area rebuild their flooded homes. IWCA News. Board Of Directors. Ohio Decoy Collectors and Carvers Show. Catawba Valley Woodcarvers Show and Competition.
Columbia Flyway Wildfowl Show. Chesapeake Wildfowl Expo. Core Sound Decoy Festival.Some Shelburne Museum staff admitted they were worried about mounting a major exhibition of duck decoys.
Rogers' vision germinated during the renovation of the Dorset House five years ago. That building on the museum's campus is home to a world-renowned collection of more than 1, decoys.
The nucleus of that bounty once belonged to Joel Barber. After his death inBarber's two sons sold his collection to the three sons of Shelburne Museum founder Electra Havemeyer Webb, who in turn gifted it to her. Watercolors, drawings and historical photographs arrived in 23 barrels and some 40 boxes along with the decoys.
In the Dorset House, Rogers began going through every piece. One of the first licensed architects in New York City, Barber designed interior spaces for some of its landmark art deco buildings, including Rockefeller Plaza. On Long Island's South Shore in the summer ofhe found a pile of decoys in an old shed.
Barber took one, a red-breasted merganser hen, and used it as a doorstop; eventually he elevated the decoy to a place of honor on the family mantel. Today that duck greets visitors to the exhibit. At the time Barber adopted his first decoy, they were utilitarian objects used primarily by market hunters who hunted waterfowl in great numbers to supply restaurants and butcher shops. However, the passage of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of made it unlawful to hunt shorebirds, which reduced the demand for decoys.
For this reason I became collector and historian. Barber's was the first book on the history of American waterfowl decoys.
He illustrated it with 69 diagrams and watercolor portraits. He took pains to depict each decoy's plumage in detail, as well as ambient water conditions and even clouds. The orthographic depiction, showing top, front and profile views, illustrates the decoy's three-dimensionality.
The checkerboard edges of the illustration are one-inch scale markings. To promote decoys as "floating sculpture," Barber lent his collection to galleries, exhibitions and museums. The group wanted to raise awareness of hunters who would kill — illegally — flocks of shorebirds as they landed at dusk.
At this show, Barber met Charles "Shang" Wheeler, who was known for the realism he achieved in his decoys. Wheeler would become the only contemporary decoy carver whose work Barber collected en masse. It included of his own decoys and 54 pairs of birds made by Wheeler. An enlarged photo of the exhibition is included in the Shelburne Museum show, along with the decoys pictured in it. Collecting decoys inspired Barber to make them himself. He picked and chose what he considered the best elements from decoys in his collection to create what he called "modern decoys.