By Beloved Relics
Kickstarter project to put the finishing touches on our Las Vegas gallery.
By APS Elastomers
Ease of processing coupled with the superior post-shaping and sealing characteristics of the material render Maxelast® TPE the ideal material to replicate parts needed for taxidermy.
By Great Gatsby's
Two extensive and important collections – one of tribal and oceanic artifacts, the other of over 50 exotic African animal shoulder and full body taxidermy mounts - will co-headline an auction planned for Aug. 23-24 by Great Gatsby's in Atlanta.
By Weirick Communications, Inc.
A bizarre collection of stuffed ducks, mice, frogs and their other furry counterparts have become a surprising highlight of the offbeat collection housed at the Mansfield Memorial Museum.
By Betar Business Works, LLC
Safari Life Taxidermy is pleased to announce the grand opening of their new studio. The spacious facility is centrally located in San Antonio, TX at 122 El Mio Drive.
By Gail Taylor PR Services
In addition to the Martian meteorite the sale will feature the skull of a baby triceratops, a fossilized dragon skull, a complete dinosaur skeleton and a selection of coprolites and dinosaur eggs.
By Higgenbotham Auctioneers International, Ltd.
Higgenbotham Auctioneers has been commissioned to liquidate the contents of The Gallery of Creation, a museum of natural history created by Joseph Hurt Studio, Inc., the designer of exhibits for the Smithsonian, Disney World and Epcot Center.
By Sarah Junkin
Cochrane, Alberta journalist and author Sarah Junkin teams up with two local businesses to launch her debut novel. Stuffed is a darkly comic novel about emotional abuse, alcoholism, and taxidermy.
By Sarah Junkin
Stuffed is a fast-paced, darkly comic novel about restoring damaged self-esteem from the inside out. Readers will never again think about love, dependency, or taxidermy in quite the same way.
By Pixidermy, LLC
Mount Horeb Wisconsin start-up Pixidermy.com is quickly becoming a leader in the art of Digital Taxidermy.
By Foremost Media, Inc.
Hunters can now learn taxidermy online with TaxidermyTube.com a revolutionary new video sharing website that allows hunters and sportsman to learn taxidermy by watching videos and chatting with a panel of professional taxidermists.