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 by CJ Herring and is exclusive to only his close industry contacts and loyal followers.
If you have not been living under a rock and frequently visit other taxidermy forums, and Facebook groups then you know who CJ Herring is. If you do not know who he is then here is a little run down on CJ. CJ Herring is the chief editor and CEO of The Taxidermy Journal, an online taxidermy publication and a senior contributing for Taxidermy Talk News which is based in Wisconsin.
CJ’s main focus in taxidermy is whitetail deer, upland game birds and both cold water and warm water fish. Small mammals are also an income provider for CJ. CJ also has over 20 years in tanning experience and has tanned thousands of animal skins from elk to bear and everything in-between.
CJ Herring specializes in bird body carving and small mammal wrapping where he custom makes all of his small bird and mammal forms.
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The most bought and sold taxidermy item between other taxidermists is no doubt a deer cape. Deer capes for sale are the most searched query on Taxidermy Broker. Thousands upon thousands of deer capes are skinned, tanned and mounted annually across the United States by qualified and sometimes not so qualified taxidermists. The deer cape is probably the most abused hide lying on a taxidermists work bench. Thousands of deer capes end up going bad year after year within the taxidermy industry. Hair slippage is the leading cause of a bad cape followed by too short of a cape. This could be the fault of the hunter, in which most cases are OR the fault of the taxidermist. So what is a taxidermist to do? He or she needs to mount your deer. Simply put, buy another deer cape. It is not uncommon for a taxidermist to buy another deer cape and switch it out with the original cape. The average will not even know, especially when a matched cape is bought. A matched cape would mean that the deer cape bought, is the same exact size and from the same region where the original deer was harvested. Continue reading →
If you like baseball and have hunted and or fished in the Cooperstown, NY area chances are you have heard of Cliffords Taxidermy. Cliffords, is the only taxidermy shop that’s located within minutes to Cooperstown and Oneonta, NY and has been for over 20 years.
Cliffords Taxidermy is a year round taxidermy shop. Meaning they are open year round and not just seasonal as the majority of other local taxidermists in that area are. We called several other taxidermy shops within a 50 square mile radius and Cliffords Taxidermy was the only taxidermy facility readily available to take in work on a moment’s notice. Furthermore Cliffords Taxidermy returned our phone call within 5 minutes were it took a day and up to a week for the rest to respond to our request. Continue reading →
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The walleye is basically categorized with the perch family. Walleye are by far the best fresh water tasting fish going. If you want to catch big sized walleye, then Lake Erie is your destination. Walleye exhibit two different color phases depending on where they are caught. Walleye taxidermy mounts for sale are not that uncommon. Many taxidermists sell walleye taxidermy mounts. Continue reading →
Here is a cool Red Fox Mounting #video of a young girl, mounting a red fox. It is sped up in time and takes you through the whole process, of fitting, form alteration to the final grooming. I really enjoyed watching it and you should too.
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Investigators in the UK received a tip-off from Dutch police that there had been a number of suspicious purchases made for rare breeds, all of which eventually led to the taxidermist Aaron Halstead, of New Copy Barn, Glen View Road. Halstead pleaded guilty to three offences of purchasing an #endangered species, covering three sperm whale teeth, the #cheetah skull and a #dolphin, and one charge of offering a #snowyowl for sale.
A poor mans auto tanner. Tanning agent is #LutanF. Power head to maintain proper agitation and circulation. Inside the PCV pipe is a aquarium water heater to provide a constant 80 degree water temp. Never worry about room temp again when #tanning with an alum tanning agent. When tanning though be sure to keep the lid on.
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We have some very nice nice vintage Mongoose taxidermy for sale. Check out the king cobra and mongoose battle taxidermy mount. Also we have a small asian #mongoose skull. Taxidermy skull mongoose clean specimens available for immediate sale. #African mongoose skull taxidermy with real bone. Mongoose skull replicas also available. See the real banded mongoose or sometimes called mungos, mungo. Common dwarf mongoose helogale parvula. Yellow mongoose skull replicas sold here along with water mongoose skull #replicas. Taxidermy real slender mongoose galerella sanguinea grade 1 or 2 when avalibale. Mongoose Taxidermy Continue reading →
Flying male #bobwhite quail pheasant taxidermy for sale. Bird mount wildlife art. Pair bobwhite #quail mounts, Check out the flying pair of bobwhite quail pheasants. Also available are bobwhite quail taxidermy mounted on drift wood. Bobwhite quail flushing bird mounts. Bobwhite quail make for great hunting #cabindecor. Albino bobwhite quails are not too common. Museum quality professionally mounted bobwhite quail available. Mexican speckled bobwhite quails also available from time to time. Continue reading →
Cape Buffalo mount with horns. Africa, real Cape Buffalo skulls for sale. Large Cape Buffalo horns for taxidermy. These Cape Buffalo horns make for great hunting home décor. East African Cape Buffalo horns available for immediate shipping. Full head taxidermy head mounts of Cape Buffalo when available. Continue reading →