Prices for CITES listed specimens will now include a Species Specific A10 Certificate.
CITES listed specimens such as Owls and Falcons are required by law to have this certificate for any commercial transaction that takes place and to display the specimen to the public, on social media or otherwise. Selling a specimen without one is illegal.
I pride myself as an ethical taxidermist. I will NOT work with any specimen that has been killed for ‘sport/fun’ or for the sole purpose of getting it mounted.
The most popular way people get specimens to me is through the post. Royal Mail’s Next Day Delivery services are the best. Send the frozen specimen wrapped in materials that will keep it cool (tinfoil/bubblewrap, polystyrene/icepacks are good!). The less thawed out the specimen is on arrival, the better!
People who are more local to the Bury St Edmunds area like to deliver specimens to my door. (Or I can pick up within a certain mile radius!) Please get in touch to arrange a suitable time and date to deliver your specimen.