Wood Bird Images
Lampe, MO - Dogwood Canyon Nature Park – From the mid-19th century through the early-20th century, the use of painted, wooden, hollow or solid shorebird, goose, and duck decoys came into fashion among bird hunters. Hunters first learned to make duck decoys from local Native Americans, who made them out of reeds and colored them with ash and other items from the earth. These wood-carved decoys have continued to evolve into an art form celebrating America's duck hunting history.
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