This is a taxidermy first for me.
What is known as a 'dead mount', I prepared this beautiful male Greenfinch specimen by posing it in a natural death state.
A great film prop or just a fascinating piece of taxidermy art to admire!
A gorgeous taxidermy mount of a Black-Headed Gull (Chroicocephalus ridibundus) in winter plumage, perched on driftwood base.
This specimen was sadly found deceased on a farming site and had very minor injures.
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Charming Taxidermy European Robin (Erithacus rubecula) or 'Robin Red Breast' singing his little heart out!
He's perched on to a wooden branch with some handmade foliage on the base.
The mushrooms are sculpted from fimo clay.
Did you know?
The European Robin was named 'Robin Red-breast' back in the 1400s because the colour orange didn't exist at this time!
Read more about this species here.Free collection is also available upon request.
This listing is for a taxidermy Fieldfare (Turdus pilaris) perched on a natural wooden branch within a winter scene.
Realistic resin icicles hang from the branch, along with faux snow on the ground, which really gives this piece some life and character.
This bird was donated to me from Fenland Animal Rescue, after is sadly passed away after being found injured by a member of public.