Handmade Tamarack Decoys Made by Native Americans

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Handmade Decoys by Native American Indians. See below for more information.

Handmade Tamarack Decoys Made by Native Americans

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The Cree Hunters of James Bay (Canada) originally used the life-sized tamarack birds as decoys during their annual spring and fall hunts. Made from the tamarack (larch) tree, the tamarack bird represents the Canada Goose. The core of the body is composed of a ball of twigs and the outer part is shaped into a goose, These are perfect for that décor for the hunter in your life or just as a wildlife display. The large bird measures 10 1/2" tall, 13" long, and 7" wide. The mid-sized bird is 8 3/4" tall, 8" long, and 4 1/2" wide. The smallest bird is 7 1/2" tall, 8" long, and 4" wide.