Sunday, September 20, 2020
JEFFERSON ,WI – Stehling’s Taxidermy, a business with a 40-year-plus history in the community, broke ground Wednesday on a new, larger facility near its current operations on North Parkway Street in Jefferson’s North Business Park. Owned and operated by brothers Aaron and Austin Stehling, the business will be located at 913 N. Parkway St., just north of the existing facility,...
Turkey Reference
If you have not read my previous article on turkey reference pictures written last year you can do so by going here. For many taxidermists the deer season is the busiest time of the year when it comes to taking in work. For a few other taxidermists the 2nd busiest time of the year is in the spring during the...
Whitetail deer ears
Scutiform cartilage, conchal cartilage, scutilaris muscle group, auricle muscle group, to name a few all have what in common? They all belong to the ear and earbutt of a whitetail deer ears and all play an important role to the ears movement and attachment point to the skull. Don’t worry if you can’t remember the names by heart, because...
Lutan FN
A lot of questions I see on the Facebook taxidermy groups this time of the year pertain to pickling and tanning during the winter months. If you’re tanning inside a climate control room that has access to heat 24/7 then this article will be of little use to you. But if you’re like me and don’t run heat 24/7...
One subject that rarely gets covered in the taxidermy industry is vehicles for delivering clients completed mounts. Most shops eventually get  hit with the dilemma of having to deliver finished customer pieces . There are a number of approaches you can take to this issue. I will discuss some options in this article and expound on our choice. Option 1...
CJ Herring Taxidermy
Taxidermist and North American wildlife artist CJ Herring has recently launched an underground member’s only Facebook Taxidermy Group. The name of the taxidermy Facebook group is called Taxidermy Lab and is exclusive to only his industry contacts along with some of the worlds leading taxidermist. If you have not been living under a rock and frequently visit other taxidermy forums,...
Whitetail Cape Shaving 101
By D. Price   So many times I am asked or either see posted on the internet, how do you know when your deer cape is shaved thin enough? This is an important question and not an easy one to answer with words. I often see or hear someone answer it with “When it turns blue that is thin enough.” In this...
Deer Cape Drying 101
If you’re like me and operate out of a small studio you just don’t have the room for a tumbler or dryer to aid in deer cape drying. Trust me if I had the room I would have a tumbler. Plans in the near future are to expand my work space and a spot for a tumbler will be...
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Central New York Taxidermy
There are many central New York taxidermy shops located in the big apple but the one we will be focusing on is located within the Leatherstocking region. Cliffords Taxidermy has been providing taxidermy services to central New York for over two decades now. Located near Oneonta and Cooperstown, NY in Otsego County, Cliffords Taxidermy is the place to go...
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