We just took a few days off and went bear hunt with fellow taxidermist Paul Klar from Montana. Tomorrow is a big day...kind of. You need to compare apples to apples. We had a lot of questions and he answered them all very graciously. var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; Now that hunting season is in full swing, I thought it would be a good time to talk about caring for your trophy. Not much new to report other than just skinning and mounting and delivering. In addition to competitive registered shoots, we also offer competitive fun shoots, like the Two-Man Team shoot, one of the best loved events of the year. In the shop, I have been busy skinning but last week there was a break in skinning and I managed to make some good headway mounting up some animals. For some reason I missed a week, sorry about that, I don't know what happened, might have been skinning more bears, lol. Happy New Year! Now I am lucky if I get out once a year. Here is one of the big projects that just left the shop. I went to New Zealand for a couple weeks to stay with some friends. I can honestly tell you, it was one of the best hunts I have been on. I am not sure how much of a rest it was, I skinned some animals over there, lol. We managed to take a couple days off over the New Year break and it was nice to get away for a couple days. I had a chance at an antlerless elk this morning but chose not to shoot because I didn't feel too comfortable with the shot. Even though it won't rot, there is a risk of hair freezing to the box and then ripping out when it is moved or the facial tissue might be damaged by freeze drying in the open air. The climate outside will be fine for your animal until the New Year. It is a greater kudu and it shows what teamwork does. Now once it is dry it goes in a crate. It is a just a great place to go, beautiful scenery and fresh mountain air, I will definitely go back. I had a good excuse this time, I was overseas. addy9252584ac0ad1a2160a27943ae6f0796 = addy9252584ac0ad1a2160a27943ae6f0796 + 'hotmail' + '.' + 'com'; Some days the shop can be tough to be in as there are a hundred things to keep on my mind and it seems at the end of the day, none of it got done! I left Jen in charge here at home to run the shop and all the other things. My family is gone right now holidaying and I am home here plugging away in the shop. We would like you all to know, as of Dec 8th we will not be taking in anymore deer until the new year. Quinn was even able to operate the #2 camera on the hunt along side TJ. I know there are a lot of sheep hunters out there prepping for trips, good luck to all of you! Get the best deals on Bird Small Animal Taxidermy when you shop the largest online selection at eBay.com. Silver Willow Taxidermy is a full time taxidermy shop providing professional quality mounts. Lots of people think I was gone having fun, ha. We also got notifications from two tanneries that more capes are on the way, mostly deer and were just coming up to the deer for mounting so the timing is perfect. Go ahead, make your buddies jealous. The shop has been steady, I finished sewing up an African safari for one client and all of his animals are now up drying. This week will see a monster elk mounted, half lifesize deer and maybe a couple rugs, stay tuned for some of those pics. Then they sit down with long time friend Curtis of Silver Willow Taxidermy and learn about the road to success in the demanding industry.  Wolverines often have unique markings and colour variations and look good in just about any pose. The next time you take an animal that may not have the biggest horns or antlers, think about a different mount where the eye catches the animal in action rather than the size of the rack. This is a super wide ram and the cape was very well taken care of which made for an easy nice mount to complete. Just a heads up for the month of November for the rifle season in Alberta and the first two weeks in December for the Saskatchewan season. In the past couple weeks I finished up this whopper mule deer for a local client, what a deer! We have been blessed with a lot of busy-ness. My prediction for this year is that it will be slower for rut action as the weather is just too nice to get the deer moving far. The Marco Polo was a lot of work, probably about 60 plus hours into the mount and base, but Show Season isn't over yet. This was done for Weaver Order Buying and is hanging in their front office when you walk in. The good thing is, he can skin his own bear, ha! Thanks Chris for letting me have some creativity with this. Quinn my son helped with it as it was his personal trophy that he took. I know we will have many more hunts together in the future. Besides skinning and taking in animals, we have also been busy sending finished deer mounts out with clients. Monday was spent delivering to Southern Alberta and this stone sheep I dropped off in Calgary. After taking delivery of the refurbished buffalo, Officer Harrison was kind enough to give the boys a tour. Good luck to all the Alberta sheep hunters and to the archers who will be out in full force starting next week. People stare at the back and then do a double take when they pull alongside and see a woman in the drivers seat, lol. It is so nice to be able to bring the kids on business trips. If the weather looks like it will be warm, we may re-consider this and keep accepting them. A lot has been happening during that time, lots of animals leaving the shop, quite a few getting mounted as well. Since the last post, I have been was getting ready for the Macklin Wildlife Supper. If you have taken a deer and want to bring it in before then, feel free. Hunting Killer Pythons INVADING the Florida EvergladesSouth Florida is in the midst of an invasion. Here is a beauty deer that went back before the holiday season. Now we have had a couple customers call before their projects were started and asked if we could put them on hold, this is very much appreciated. We have seen many capes accidentally ruined by dragging. Have fun and be safe. This week we are expecting a huge shipment from Africa which will make for a load ready for the tannery so soon into this new hunting season. In the shop here, it has been non stop action. Now the work area has an echo to it when you walk in. Find over 27 million businesses in the United States on The Official Yellow Pages Directory website. Again this only for the month of February. Just got word that all our deer capes are done at the tannery, so Friday I will be picking them up. Clint has been a client of ours here for a year or so now and has brought us in some neat animals to work on from his adventures abroad. I guess you could say we have been cooped up for the winter in here. If your taxidermist has not competed or invested in proper training with credible people, then you will get the animals with black noses and incorrect anatomy. Two major projects were taken in, one was a huge beef steer and the other a massive beef bull. Sheep season opened a few days ago with some clients out and about looking for that elusive ram. Here is an example of one of those projects I spoke of. Get your applications filled out for those special tags, I think it is going to be a good season this year, mild winter combined with good grass is going to make some good antlers in the country. In my shop I try to have as fast of a turnaround time as possibly to keep my customers happy. Cadogan, Alberta780-753-4716This email address is being protected from spambots. We always encourage our customers to talk to us before their hunt for advice on handling trophies and arranging pick up/drop off times. Right now were still working on sheep and starting the early fall/velvet deer. The shop has been steady still with animals coming in on a regular basis. Lots of hunters and not much game. Here we are in the last week of deer season and, thanks to the weather, it feels like we just started. I have said this before and I will say it again, were truly blessed to have the customers we do, new and old ones. Dec 7, 2015 - Animal heads and wall mounts in varied materials. Once again time has flew by and I have to say sorry for not keeping up with the updates. In the shop we have been still working quite steady. We hope all of you have a safe and happy Easter. The shop has stayed busy this past couple weeks, antelope and elk seem to be the animals we have been skinning the most of. Wow, what a couple busy weeks it has been, we're really blessed to have a business and customers who keep us going day to day. We are located just North of the small town of Cadogan in East Central Alberta. So far the bears have been looking good as far as hides go, they should make some nice mounts. With any luck there will be more sheep and caribou to work on next year. Last weekend the family loaded up and headed to Great Falls, Montana for the annual taxidermy competition. I mounted it and then it went onto finishing where the painting was done by one of our staff who nailed this paint job. Enjoy the rest of hunting season and we hope to see you in the shop. Stuff happens and we can repair broken antlers, sew holes in capes or else find you a replacement cape if needed. South Nahanni Outfitters. I really like the color of this cape, it goes from real dark to a light face, this was a great sheep to work on. I wanted to start off this week on a more serious note in regards to animals being mounted and not picked up. We have been building crates and and packaging up several caribou and Dall sheep for some of our American clients. This should give those who cannot make it by our regular close time of 6:00pm time to get here. See more ideas about animal heads, faux We always get some strange looks by other drivers on the QE2 when forms are sticking up in the box of the truck. Due to the Easter break this up coming week, we wont be posting a blog, watch for it soon after, we hope to have some good photos for you to look at. They are slowly filling back up again and it will take another week or so to empty them again. I know everyone is likely enjoying summer right now, but in our house thoughts are already turning to fall. As well we received a whack of deer capes back from the tannery so we are trying our best to get through them. We can always send your rack back home with you after it is caped, so you can enjoy it for awhile before it is mounted. Shop with confidence on eBay! While we were in Calgary we took in the African Hunting Show where we talked to a few outfitters about hunts. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. You know you got a heavy load of hides when the truck is working hard pulling the trailer. Sometimes that freezer isn't as close as you think. Not quite as big as an African buffalo but big enough. We have employed two part time helpers and it has been a big bonus, we can only pray we keep making head way. We have a fellow taxidermist coming up from Montana next week and were headed up to our usual spot to see if we can get him a bear. Taxidermist. It is an especially good option for a bear with a white chest patch that would otherwise be split when rugged, or if your bear has some rub spots on the back half. It has been really busy this past couple months with skinning and trying to keep up production but it is hard to burn the candle at both ends. Taxidermy services located in Merritt and Langley BC The grizzlies were coming right into the main camp and the guides took to packing their rifles everywhere they went. In a few of the chat rooms and outdoor forums lately there has been some negative discussion in regards to taxidermists. I think summer has hit in full force. These are fun but big jobs that take some time. But this week, I will show one of the pieces that was finished up last week. One of the mounts we dropped off was this gorgeous wolverine done for a client from Northern Alberta. The Africa crate contained a croc which was neat to see. I think someone managed to sneak in a little gun shopping too. We have no issue with this and understand what some may be going through. So now that is what we are doing. Very nice hide on it and colorful markings. From the forecast I have seen, I would be willing to bet they have seen snow and quite a bit of rain. This year some of the antelope have been really good which is a nice change to see from the last few years. Lots of it stems around pricing and turn around. Also this past week I traveled to Kalispell to the tannery to pick up some hides and forms and then a quick trip back home. Here is a pic of a caribou just recently finished up and heading to Idaho, this is one of the nicest capes on a caribou that has been through the shop. I think this year the sheds will be harder to find or not as many of them. Also, don't leave your frozen head exposed outside for too long to prevent the eyes and nose from freeze drying. Sandi drew a Nov moose tag for central Alberta and Rich tags along for the action. So if you are wondering on the status of your deer, it is either mounted and up drying or it is going to be mounted very soon. Here is a muskox that Clint took in Cambridge Bay last spring with Archery gear. Todd wanted a pretty aggressive style mount for this bear. Nine African pieces in the crate, it's going to be like Christmas for one lucky client. 3 talking about this. This year we have been skinning now for four months and have went through a ton of salt...literally, lol. With all the skinning going on, mounting and finish work took a back seat but we did manage to get some animals up and out but I hoped we would have got more done. In an effort to help with this, we hired some part time help to take some of the projects off our plate like setting up forms and some skinning projects. It was nice to get out of the shop for a couple days, but now we are back to skinning. Good luck to everyone this hunting season!Â. TJ and Vanessa are great clients and even better friends. The 2015 hunting season has come to a close for almost all animals. In the shop besides the bears, I have been doing nothing but finish work for the last week and a half. Treat your cape as you would a perishable food product in order to prevent hair slippage. We have proudly sponsored Outdoor Quest TV and have been their taxidermists for a number of years. The crate gets shipped once it is full. Sports & Recreation. So some of you might think,"why doesn't he hound them to get them back?". Besides skinning this past two weeks, I got a few animals mounted up including a cape buff and some other African animals. I am impressed by the number of hard core bear hunters that still went out.  Busy, Busy, Busy! Brain's Taxidermy. Copyright © Silver Willow Taxidermy. Here is the latest critters to leave the shop. I have had this one project in the shop for quite some time and have been moving it around and out of the way until I can dedicate a few days into just finishing it.  It made our trip so much easier and it was great to visit with all of you. I told them that for what the military does for us every day, we would fix it at no charge and deliver it back. The last batch of 2015 deer capes just arrived from the tannery so it won't be long before they are all stitched up and ready to go home like this beautiful, wide mule buck. It was great to hunt with them and have them in our home. I love working on these non typicals and the habitat along with it just adds to it. So once the crate is gone, a new crate is started. var addy9252584ac0ad1a2160a27943ae6f0796 = 'swtaxidermy' + '@'; I got home and nothing died or imploded on itself so she did a great job. Its only when the work room and the finish room are both empty at the same time that they should worry about what I have been up to. If you cannot make it on this night, the weather here in Alberta should allow for your animal to keep until you can make it during the hours we are open. If you want to bring in a bear after that date, it will go to a closer tannery which has informed us that they are now taking a year to tan bears so be prepared to wait. These two little speedsters had wicked capes and deserved to on the wall. This week has been spent doing finish work on those animals and the one side of the shop is looking pretty empty. All dalls right now but there will be some stone sheep coming up. Here are a couple pics of what a typical skinning day looks like. I'm also glad it wasn't like that when I was up there last year. This week coming up will be full of mounting animals to fill the walls up once again....and the cycle continues. As well, we received a phone call from the tannery that some hides were done, which put us into panic mode for a couple days making room in the freezers for the hides coming back. If you have a deer here this year with us, please make sure your deposits are in so we can get a start on your project, give myself or Jen a shout to line that up. Get it as soon as Mon, Jan 11. Lots has been going on since the last blog and I will try to cover it all if I can remember. Happy New Year to everyone, we hope 2016 brings lots of good luck to everybody and we wish them all the best. $75.00 $ 75. With that, we want to announce that for the month of February only, we will not be accepting any animals for skinning. I'll take that kind of day, all year long. I was given some freedom on this project with a few instructions. If this is something that may interest you, let us know. It is funny how you feel every little bump when your hauling precious cargo. Some more on deck waiting to get here but hopefully they hold off a couple weeks. We have built our business with heart and pride and have the awards … Some deer are still rolling in which is requiring my attention still. One client has chosen to do a double lifesize cougar attacking a lifesize mule deer, wow is this going to be a project. Happy Easter to all our clients and a very big thank you for helping us do what we love for a career. This past week this beauty elk mount went home. So much has gone on this past week and a bit, I am not sure where to start. It is not as simple as putting a lid on it and sending to the tannery. This was a very nice zebra with a flawless hide, it went together really nice. Now that were back in the shop, we're busy getting ready for the Consort gun show this weekend. Recently, Curtis and I completed an epic two day delivery/pick-up circuit that included stops in Elk Point, Smoky Lake, Thorhild, Athabasca, Slave Lake, Valley View, Mayerthorpe and Edmonton. We also made a few trips around Alberta picking up and dropping animals off. The deer season has been over here now for 10 days and we are still seeing a steady flow of animals coming in, I have said it before, we are really blessed. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. We have a few weeks where it is just mount mount mount then like yesterday it was skin all day til late in the evening. var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; While I was there I did some hunting and sight seeing. It has created a nice open echo in the showroom. It will be a fun trip and stay tuned for up coming news on the trip as it get closer. For us it means maybe rolling up the big doors and let the spring air flow through the shop while we are working. TJ chats with expert taxidermist Curtis Fischer from Silver Willow Taxidermy about getting the most from your mounts! As of January 1st, we had a price increase on some of our animals, you will have to go over to the price list to check out which it applies to. I customized the form to a wall pedestal which showed off the nice colors. This past week for example seen us doing everything from woodwork,habitat, paint and deliver. We have a week or so of other mounts then were going to stop and do a lifesize lion then right into the deer. We had a few special mounts from one of our hard-core sheep hunting clients; a double pedestal including a Transcaspian Urial sheep and a Punjab Urial sheep which were both taken in Pakistan, and this beautiful life-sized Marco Polo taken in Tajikistan. NJ Taxidermist RGS Wildlife Taxidermy Studio is a full service taxidermy studio located in Wall, New Jersey. John Bear님은 Facebook 회원입니다. Starting in August we will also be doing airport pickups for any non-resident customers requiring that service. Right now I am about six week behind where I would like to be and we are making every effort to get them weeks back and we will but it will come slow. If you were lucky enough to get a bear this year and you are not sure what you want to do with it, consider a half life-size mount. I am sorry if this sounds a bit harsh but at the end of the day we too have to pay bills and could have used that time to mount other animals. Another common mistake is leaving a trophy in the back of your pickup after temps drop below zero. The big kodiak bear we had in the showroom made its way home to our customer in High Prairie. Their telephone number is 1 (607) 865-5575. Was: Previous Price $425.00. Usually the end of the hunting draw applications means the start of summer and now combine it with the incredible temps...summer is here. Stay tuned in a few weeks to see what it is, I can give you a hint, it is totally custom and I seem to be doing a few of these since competing with a couple of them, this one has some neat colors. We are located just North of the small town of Cadogan in East Central Alberta. These type of deer have to be my favorite to work on, just lots of detail and beautiful capes. All the while, clients were dropping off and picking up heads. Dewey Wildlife Studio. Keeping on bears, here is a life size bear I mounted last month. The Willow Ptarmigan is the natural food source of the arctic fox. Before I left I got this zebra finished up and delivered to a client in Edmonton. We are located just North of the small town of Cadogan in East Central Alberta. This email address is being protected from spambots. Hey there again for another week....or so. On a daily basis the phone rings with someone wanting to bring us animals or someone with quite the story about a hunt or just to shoot the bull. The hunting is pretty good over there, lots of game to be found. We are blessed again to have a great client base and for people to trust us with their animals. Bears brought in the summer months are difficult to thaw safely in hot weather and we don't want to risk spoilage due to uneven thawing. Or is it just black? Just a quick note, we have some pretty nice animals to post coming up - so please stick with us. TJ and Vanessa are great clients and even better friends. We have made a couple trips to the U.S. for supplies, we have been skinning with some great help that showed up, thanks Clint. These capes went for tanning a year ago January and I have a few emails asking for them in my priority list and we also have the receipt of when we got them back. Life size cats are fun to mount, this one shows a bit of attitude. We have been blessed with great client support and we couldn't be happier with the generosity and support everyone has shown. Happily, we've been able to integrate all of these into a successful business. If you get a chance to do such a hunt, you have to do it. They were not much fun to get ready for tanning but now the dirty work is done and planning time has come. Bear season has shut down in most areas and for the most part we got in just enough bears to keep us busy. I also put a slack jaw in the mount and did an eye rotation, just these two little things sure made a difference in the final piece, keep things like this in mind when choosing your next mount. Caribou and Dall sheep are covering every spare inch of wall space of the shop at the moment, almost ready to head for their homes. With other family and sport commitments, we have to stay to this night only. Customers look at the wall when they come in and figure I haven't been up to much. 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