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  • Claude
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    I would also say bluejay.

    Claude

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  • "Carvin" Charlie
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    Thanks to everyone who responded to my post! I really appreciated the input. As to what this carving was meant to be I find myself undecided. I feel that everyone has valid points for their opinions. I think I'll put it aside and think on it some more, maybe some divine inspiration will come along. Thanks again everyone!

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  • sappy
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    ‚ÄčThis is a bluejay rough out, could be your bird. image.png

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  • JerseyGirl
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    Beak is cardinal like. But the head is off a bit for a cardinal (IMO).

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  • arfabuck
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    Identifiers are sharper beak, swept back crest and detailing around the eye.

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  • arfabuck
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    image.png I would say waxwing, - never having seen one! Google shows the following:- Waxwing first, then Northern Cardinal.‚Äč northern cardinal bird.jpg
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  • Nebraska
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    I think cardinal. But at this point it is going to be whatever you want.

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  • "Carvin" Charlie
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    Help identifying carving

    Hello Fellow wood Carvers
    . I could use some help identifying a project that I picked up at an estate sale. Whoever started it did an awesome job and I was afraid that it would go unfinished. I'm not sure exactly what the original carver used for reference so I don't know for sure what it is. At first I thought Cardinal, now I'm leaning towards Waxwing. Does anyone have any thoughts?
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