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Canadian National Wildfowl Carving and Wood Art Competition

Author: Rob Brown
Photos: Robert Zakarian
Published: February March 2023
Wood Duck Drake
Wood Duck Drake

Carvers from across Canada and the U.S. entered some 530 carvings in the 2022 Canadian National Wildfowl Carving and Wood Art Competition.

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This year’s competition will be June 2 to 4 at the Grand Valley Woodcarvers Club. The show has many categories from youth and beginner up to master. Learn more about how to enter your carvings in the competition at CanadianNationals.net. Here’s a collection of some of the winning carvings from the 2022 show.

Best of Show, 1st Place
Pat Godin Paris, Ontario Wood Duck Drake

Wood Duck Drake

Best of Show, 2nd Place
Al Jordan Rochester, New York Saw-Whet Owl

Saw-Whet Owl

Best of Show, 3rd Place
Hal McGray Waterdown, Ontario White-Winged Crossbill

White-Winged Crossbill

Open Category, 1st Place
Jim Edsall Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Semipalmated Plover

Semipalmated Plover

Canadian Master Category, 2nd Place (tie)
Dave Ricci Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Bahama Pintail Drake

Bahama Pintail Drake

Canadian Master Category, 2nd Place (tie)
Joe Tambora Terra Bonne, Quebec Pie-Billed Grebe

Pie-Billed Grebe

Open Category, 3rd Place
Ray Tourangeau Brockville, Ontario Grey Jay

Grey Jay

Canuck Guns Category, 1st Place
Harold Hynscht Simcoe, Ontario Three Duck Working Rig

Three Duck Working Rig

Open Category, 1st Place (tie)
Susan Cowtan Winnipeg, Manitoba Wood Duck Drake

Wood Duck Drake

Open Category, 1st Place (tie)
Patrick Chaumard St. Jerome, Quebec Harlequin Drake

Harlequin Duck

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