duxrus wrote:It has some major issues. If I was to guess he price shopped and had a "deer guy" mount it. IMO
P.s. Your buddy has it backwards as far as view. On preening poses you should be seeing the open wing side ;)
duxrus wrote:Not sure what the eyes are doing and look at any picture of a drake woodie and compare the side pockets . Those gold white tipped feathers arent anywhere close to how they should be. That is a tell tale sign of the taxidermist just thinking "Good enough" which was far from being correct. Odds are the eyes aren't glued to the flex eye base so they are free to roll around. From the picture it looks like he is staring off into the distance behind him while picking at his wing infront of him. His pupils are angled backward.
These are two main issues that could have easily been avoided which leads me to say it wasn't someone who does many of them. I am not trying to bash your friends bird but you did ask. Too many of these posts get sugar coated "great job" responses instead of honest opinions.
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