autumnwings Decoys for Conservation

WE ARE MOVING TO OUR NEW FACILITY, ALL ORDERS AFTER NOVEMBER 19TH WILL SHIP THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 29TH.

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  • Magnum (72) style options: Standard pose in Drake or Hen
  • Hand-carved Kiln-dried Basswood
  • Painted: $8.00 Each - 12 or More $7.00 Each
  • Unpainted: $6.00 Each - 12 or More $5.00 Each
Price: $8.00
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    Item #: HD-Gadwall113-DP
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    Gadwall breed near seasonal and semi-permanent wetlands, mainly in the grasslands and mixed Prairie regions of the United States and Canada. Substantial numbers also breed in wetland habitats of the Great Basin. Gadwall tend to begin breeding later than most ducks.

    Gadwall are distributed throughout the southern two-thirds of the United States in winter, with the greatest concentrations found in the Central and Mississippi flyways. They are found throughout much of the intermountain west of North America, and most of Mexico, in reservoirs, farm ponds and coastal fresh and brackish marshes. They are often found in association with American Wigeon and coots. Gadwall are a common winter visitor to Guatemala (Scott and Carbonell, 1986).


    Widgeon heads are only offered in the standard pose. Magnum (Herters 72) size is based on 16-18" body length.

    Attaching the heads are easy, we include instructions with each purchase. We like to attach our heads with a 1/4" X 20 T-nut. The machine thread matches factory eye bolts as supplied by decoy companies such as Herters and Restle. (T-nut not included)

    Our threaded inserts make it easy to attached these replacement decoy heads to various decoy bodies. Outside is course thread, inside is a 1/4-20" thread to accept a standard 1/4" eye bolt. Please click here to purchase threaded inserts.

    Video & photos coming soon

    • Using Threaded inserts
    • Attaching heads to Herters decoys

    Video & photos coming soon