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American Wigeon Duck

Tuesday 28 August 2018 at 3:42 pm.

Here's Ray Spitzenberger's latest piece of wood art, American Wigeon Duck, -- he created it out of four pieces of Hawaiian driftwood and pieces of scrap wood.   A wigeon duck is also called a bald pate.

It will be sold at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Wallis, Texas, on September 9 and all proceeds from the Silent Auction will go to such missions as Lutheran World Relief, Deaf Ministry, Disaster Relief, etc.

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