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I did this mount to highlight the differences and similarities of the two species.· Having the two·birds in hand is one thing—having a flock of 30 heading straight into your decoys is another.· Since the two species do tend to hang out together, it’s even more difficult to separate the two when they are in the same flock.·It’s imperative that hunters·know what they are shooting at·prior to pulling the trigger, even with the lowly diver species.·I make an effort to point out the differences to clients coming into the shop.·I also enjoy the acrobatics of these fast-flying divers, even·wasting a few shotgun shells hitting only air on·occasion.· I·wanted to make a mount with a little more action than the standard banking or cupped-up pose.

— Brad Laaker

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