WCM Fall 1987

  • WCM Fall 1987

Fall 1987

The Busiest Duck Around
Constant activity marks the bufflehead, nature's busiest duck
by Dr. A.J. Erskine

Reaching the Limit
George Goertz lived of life of innovation and adventure on San Francisco Bay
by Michael R. Miller and Frederick W. Hanson

Will the Real “Doolittle” Please Stand Up?
Californians defend Ralph Martin in a case of mistaken identity
by Roger W. Barton

Choosing Wood
A Basic comparison of three popular woods: basswood, jelutong, and tupelo
by Jim Hahn

The Eyes Have It
by Steve McCoy

Masterwork Gallery: World Class Songbirds
Barth, Hare, Muehlmatt, and Osborne explain the intricacies of their entries in the 1987 World Championship
by Judith Schnell

Carving the Competition Feather, Part Two
by Jim Sherman

My Birds Just Sparkle
Joe Tonelli remembers how he built his cream-of-the-crop collection
by Jackson Parker

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WCM Fall 1987

  • Product Code: XFAL87
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $12.95