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Old 04-01-2016, 03:08 AM   #1
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Imitation Feather Dyeing techniques?

Hello everyone I have a nephew that wants to dance traditional and was wondering if anyone had any info on dye that won't damage the feather. Of course there's use of hawk, pheasant, etc but it wouldn't hurt to pick up this trait instead of buying imitation from craft stores. Any input would be greatly appreciate! Wopila my natives
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i see that they even have imitation yellow flicker and magpie feathers now
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i see that they even have imitation yellow flicker and magpie feathers now
Huh?????
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alot of southern dancers use the yellow fliker aka yellow hammer feathers

and also many tribes use magpie feathers.....i seen a mandan style moptop using all magpie feathers it was beautiful

both of which are now illegal because of migratory bird act

i think raptor feathers may be double illegal for non natives because of both migratory bird act and predatory bird act

but those usually only cover US birds......i wonder the legality of condors, european falcons and african turkey eagles?

not that i would sport an african turkey eagle feather......that is only for yamassees
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alot of southern dancers use the yellow fliker aka yellow hammer feathers

and also many tribes use magpie feathers.....i seen a mandan style moptop using all magpie feathers it was beautiful

both of which are now illegal because of migratory bird act

i think raptor feathers may be double illegal for non natives because of both migratory bird act and predatory bird act

but those usually only cover US birds......i wonder the legality of condors, european falcons and african turkey eagles?

not that i would sport an african turkey eagle feather......that is only for yamassees
I've seen orange flickers in the west...and yellow flickers in the east. But I've only seen one natural orange and yellow combination. Natural, not dyed.

What would you use for imitation feathers for a flicker?
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I've seen orange flickers in the west...and yellow flickers in the east. But I've only seen one natural orange and yellow combination. Natural, not dyed.

What would you use for imitation feathers for a flicker?
because the feathers are now illegal to sell.....much harder to obtain

not sure the laws on possession
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