Indian Crow Variation (Created and tied by Paul Schmookler)

Tag:    Flat silver tinsel.
Tail:    Golden pheasant crest.
Butt:    Black ostrich herl.
Body:  Three turns red silk making
           way for Indian crow feathers,
           closely packed and covering
           entire body. May take as many
            as 60 feathers.
Throat:  Banded gymnogene * (or
            guinea fowl),
Wing:    Five golden pheasant crests
            in a cascading effect, partially
            veiled by a single blue 
            chatterer feather that is partially
             veiled by jungle cock.
Cheek:  Blue chatterer.
Topping: Golden pheasant crest.

* Endangered species, recommend using
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