I will send you a link and a tutorial about sizing a photo. If You're not computer savvy, it may be difficult to walk you through it, but it's very simple. The first thing you need to do is make sure there is no check mark in the box that says: "Disable BBCode". This is found at the bottom of your age when you add to a thread. Once I send you this link to size you photo, and you save this newly sized picture to your computer, you simply click on "Upload attachment", "Choose file" The file needs to be under 1MB I believe. So a picture with something like 640 width in pixels is going to fit. Click on your desired photo, then click "choose", then click "Add the file". I have the link to the re-sizer at work, and it will take any size photo and make it as small as you want it. I typically click a picture size around 640 to 700 pixels. Also, if you have your digital camera set up to take large photos, you can usually adjust them so either the resolution is less, or the picture is smaller. I take all my taxidermy photos in this size photo, so the upload is ready to go.
I did the tutorial as described, and here is a picture. It's that simple.
As far as the meat of the wing goes, it has to do with bugs, but more to do with smell and decay for me. I don't care where you are in the world. If you leave flesh for bugs to eat, bugs will eventually find them if you are not careful? One thing about forty year old taxidermy is it may be forty years old? Perhaps not, but it could. This taxidermy thing gas come a long way. It is more simplified, yet more difficult at the same time. The average taxidermist is putting out a pretty decent bird in comparison to what was done during the dark ages of taxidermy. I would spend more time here asking questions, looking for answers in the archives, or visit taxidermy.net in the bird forum and read those threads. Most of the newbie questions have been asked, but there is also a tutorial section. Look at wingman's tips, and you can learn for free what he has taken the time to show. He took his free time to make several tutorials on different ways to accomplish the goal of a completed bird. Very good stuff in my opinion.