One of the fundamental aspects of my taxidermy practice, relies on the discovery of deceased animals in the wild. I have a lot of members of the public donate me various specimens that they have found whilst out on dog walks, hikes and whilst being out on the roads etc.
I cannot stress how important it is to observe a few details I will explain below, before picking up any dead animal you may have stumbled across, to adhere to legalities and rule out any unlawful activity, as well as protecting your own health.
The ethics surrounding taxidermy is something that I am constantly re-evaluating. Keeping my moral compass in line with the direction in which I want to travel with my craft, is something that is very important to me – keeping natures best interest at the forefront of my brand.Read More
We all know that with any art form or skill, the price of the outcome can vary wildly based on things like reputation, labour and many other factors. But here is an insight in to why taxidermy is deemed to be expensive in 2023.
After all, it’s just stuffing a dead animal, right? Wrong.Read More
Have you just found an animal or bird that you would like to get made in to a taxidermy mount? Then carefully observe the below guidance, as there is some pretty important steps that you need to follow.Read More
This post may be a little bit different to my previous entries, but I think that blogs are primarily a place to express one’s views, so I shall use this space of the internet to voice my personal concerns and observations about some areas of the taxidermy industry.Read More