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Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art - Salisbury, MD
Activities: In addition to gallery exhibits and the annual Ward World Championship Wildfowl Carving Competition, the Museum runs educational programs for children and adults through tours planned in advanc. Activities for children include soap carving, bird watching and Environmental Reading. Carving classes taught by respected artists offer adults the opportunity to learn from the masters. Topical seminars, workshops, demonstrations and lectures promote wildfowl art and foster environmental awareness.
Bay Art & Decoy Carving Birding and Wildlife Viewing Educational Programs
Facilities: Museum includes: galleries featuring painting, sculpture and carving; displays tracing the history of the decoy as a hunter's tool; exhibits on natural wildfowl environments; decoys from regions across the continent's major flyways; a stylized recreation of the Ward Brother’s workshop; and the Championship Gallery, featuring the “Best in World” winners from annual Ward World Championship Wildfowl Carving Competition.

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