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Leo and I have one or two of Frank's ducks and they are truly treasured at our house. Just be careful when you dust/clean them, some of the feathers are so finely/thinly carved to give them great detail, that it is easy to break the tail feathers.
 

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I remember Frank coming to shoots back in the 70's with his ducks where he had to sell one to enter and a couple to have gas money to get home on. Frank would sleep in a sleeping bag in front of his old Corvette because motels were to expensive. A great guy and a true talent. Jimmy Borum
 

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Few people know how much I love ducks and geese. I have a few, not many. I'll have to save up some money and get one from Frank, since it would be doubly special to have one made by him. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Frank carved feathers both large and small to sell at the shoots for entrey money. I have a small one looks real.
 

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Frank did a clinic at Pocatello a few years back. He had along a life-sized Red Tail Hawk that looked so real everyone did double takes - truly a work of fine art.
 
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