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19thC BLACK FOREST WOODEN OAK CARVING OF HANGING DEER TYPE ANIMAL & BIRD c1880s

CARVED HUNTING PANEL: HANGING GAME, OAK LEAVES & OTHER

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Latest News

  • Bill Walton: “Larry Bird, John Wooden and Jerry Garcia are all the same person”

    03/11/17 ,via Relix (blog)

    Part two of Bill Walton's appearance on Pardon My Take with Big Cat and PFT Commenter was even more entertaining than part one as the conversation moved squarely into Walton's love of the Grateful Dead (and, as it turns out, Big Cat's) and his thoughts 

  • Bird houses fail to attract sparrows, most lie vacant

    03/21/17 ,via NYOOOZ

    Summary: Imitating the European design of the wooden nest without tweaking it as per the local requirements could be the reason. "It needs a lot of research on why the wooden nests failed to get birds. But the study has blamed the design of the wooden 

  • Final birds from captive-breeding program released

    03/22/17 ,via Maui News

    For two decades, staff from conservation centers on Maui and Hawaii island have boarded a Hawaiian Airlines plane bound for Kauai, carrying either a small wooden box or large, six-compartment crate bearing the birds. Staff members took the captive

  • Treasure: This old bird is highly collectible

    03/17/17 ,via The Detroit News

    DuMouchelles took a closer look at a February appraisal session held in downtown Detroit, where Dudgeon explained what attracted him to the possibly one-of-a-kind piece. “I just thought it was very cool,” he told the appraiser of the oversized

  • UNESCO Intangible Heritage in Croatia: Wooden Toys of Hrvatsko Zagorje

    03/21/17 ,via Total Croatia News

    The toy makers are often called “žveglači” because of this popular instrument. The range of toys expanded over the years, and popular motifs were and still are different wooden animals such as the rooster, bird, fish and horse, objects like the hammer

Books

  • Step by Step Wooden Toys

    Struik. 2007. ISBN: 1770074562,9781770074569. 96 pages.

    Aimed at the do-it-yourself enthusiast, whether a complete novice or an experienced woodworker, this book is filled with inspirational wooden toys that will keep children occupied for hours.

  • The Professor of Wooden Birds

    Stamford House Publishing. 2008. ISBN: 9781904986294,1904986293. 121 pages.
  • Pájaro

    Fredericton, N.B. : UNB Art Centre, University of New Brunswick. 1992. ISBN: 0920114318,9780920114315. 20 pages.
  • Boundaries and Passages

    University of Oklahoma Press. 1995. ISBN: 0806126469,9780806126463. 416 pages.

    This book brings together as complete a record of traditional Yupik rules and rituals as is possible in the late twentieth century. Incorporating elders' recollections of the system of ruled boundaries and ritual passages that guided their parents and grandparents a century ago, Ann Fienup-Riordan brings into focus the complex, creative Yupik world view - expressed by ceremonial exchanges and the cycling of names, gifts, and persons - which continues to shape daily life in communities along...

  • How to Draw and Carve Birds

    Brill Archive. 1985. ISBN: 9004077561,9789004077560. 94 pages.








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Lunchtime
Hooded crow (Corvus cornix) eating someone's leg while perched on a wooden pole. Wrona siwa (Corvus cornix) jedząca czyjąś nogę na drewnianej żerdzi.
Photo by hedera.baltica on Flickr
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Rook
Rook (Corvus frugilegus) perched on a wooden fence. Gawron (Corvus frugilegus) siedzący na drewnianym parkanie.
Photo by hedera.baltica on Flickr
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Day of the Dunnock
We have two or more of these chirpy little birds in the garden. Bobbing along amongst the plants and pecking at the ground. This wooden stake is a favourite spot to sit on for them - the robin also likes it!...
Photo by Feathering the Nest on Flickr