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Mallard Resting on Water Carving Pattern

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Mallard Resting on Water Carving Pattern

The mallard is the most common duck in in the northern hemisphere.  With a lifespan of 5-10 years and a species that is going strong you are likely to see many of the these ducks in a lifetime.  

The full size Mallard is about 20-26" long with their body making about 2/3 of their length.  Their wingspan is 32-39" and their bills are 1.7 to 2.4" long.  They weigh in between 1.6 and 3.5 lbs.  The males (or drakes) have a glossy green head and are grey on the wings and belly.

The Mallard Resting on Water Carving Patterns features:

  • Select from male or female patterns.
  • Head up.
  • Resting on water with the water line view and full belly and foot view underwater.
  • Expanded view of the web feet.
  • Top view of the mallard.
  • Side view.
  • Front view.
  • Tail feather exploded view.

You will receive a carving pattern of a mallard resting on water, choose a male or a female.  Select from a full size, 2/3 size, 1/2 size or 1/3 size pattern.  The mallard resting on water carving pattern will get you started in carving a either a male or female mallard resting on water.  You'll need reference material for painting, wood or cork to carve the duck from, eyes and you may make your own feet or purchase them.  We suggest making the cutout for the green mallard carving pattern in two pieces, the body and the head.

Recommendations for the Mallard Resting on Water Carving Patterns:

 If you are carving the full size mallard you can use.

  • 9 mm Dark Brown Eyes.
  • Basswood or Tupelo.
  • Feet.

For the 2/3 size Mallard use.

  • 6 mm Dark Brown eyes.
  • Basswood or Tupelo.

For the 1/2 size Mallard use.

  • 3 mm Dark Brown eyes.
  • Basswood or Tupelo.
  • If you don't want to make your own feet, go with the floating teal cast feet.  They are the closest in size to a 1/2 size mallard and look very close to mallard feet that are floating.
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