December 2017
Outdoor Life;Dec2017/Jan2018, Vol. 225 Issue 1, p43
The article focuses on Fred Zink who is a wildlife artist who is mainly deals with blackbirds. It mentions that Fred Zink worked for Avery Outdoors, where he designed ground blinds, camouflage patterns and decoy bags. It informs about development of Avian-X, used for producing detailed turkey and waterfowl decoys. It also mentions that Zink's influence on hunting products coincides with increasingly knowledgeable hunters and increasing demand for realistic and effective decoys and gear.


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