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Play the Wind Art Collection by Michael Sieve

Play the Wind Art Collection

by Michael Sieve

Item No: F780616065

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In the whitetail hierachy of senses, the nose is the radar that is always most trusted. The measures that hunters take to defeat a buck's sense of smell are epic. . . special soaps, cover scents, odor eliminating sprays. . . However, it's arguable whether any of these extraordinary measures are worth the effort. The most successful hunters know the only way to harvest a trophy buck is to have the wind in their favor. While all deer rely on their nose to some degree, the mature buck rarely moves unless the wind is perfect for him. Scent checking for danger, a trophy whitetail freezes when he detects a foreign odor. Once the buck locates the source of danger he immediately heads for cover, trusting the sense that has allowed him to reach maturity.

The second release in the five-part series. Limited edition of 6,327 signed and numbered prints. Image size, 17" x 27-1/2". A Wild Wings exclusive.
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:26"Medium:Print
Width:36.25"Framing:Framed
Product Type:Framed Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:26"Medium:Print
Width:36.25"Framing:Framed
Product Type:Framed Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:17"Medium:Print
Width:27.5"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Michael Sieve

Michael Sieve

Artist

To capture the adventure and excitement of the hunt is to know the sportsman. To join forces in preserving and protecting habitat is to understand the conservationist. To identify the songs of the wind and relish callused hands is to appreciate the farmer. To see this combination in a painting...

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Description
In the whitetail hierachy of senses, the nose is the radar that is always most trusted. The measures that hunters take to defeat a buck's sense of smell are epic. . . special soaps, cover scents, odor eliminating sprays. . . However, it's arguable whether any of these extraordinary measures are worth the effort. The most successful hunters know the only way to harvest a trophy buck is to have the wind in their favor. While all deer rely on their nose to some degree, the mature buck rarely moves unless the wind is perfect for him. Scent checking for danger, a trophy whitetail freezes when he detects a foreign odor. Once the buck locates the source of danger he immediately heads for cover, trusting the sense that has allowed him to reach maturity.

The second release in the five-part series. Limited edition of 6,327 signed and numbered prints. Image size, 17" x 27-1/2". A Wild Wings exclusive.
Product Specifications
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:26"Medium:Print
Width:36.25"Framing:Framed
Product Type:Framed Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:26"Medium:Print
Width:36.25"Framing:Framed
Product Type:Framed Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:17"Medium:Print
Width:27.5"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
About the artist
Michael Sieve

Michael Sieve

Artist

To capture the adventure and excitement of the hunt is to know the sportsman. To join forces in preserving and protecting habitat is to understand the conservationist. To identify the songs of the wind and relish callused hands is to appreciate the farmer. To see this combination in a painting...

Read More