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Taxidermists Terms to Know

Taxidermy is a unique and interesting profession that many pet owners and hunters require at some time or another. As you may know, taxidermists specialize in preparing, stuffing and mounting the skins of animals. You supply these experts with a dead deer, bear, fish, or bird, and he or she will prepare it to look lifelike. Special schooling is required for anyone who wants to learn taxidermy. While hunting often results in these mounted animals, some people choose to have their pets preserved as well. Here are a few useful terms to know about the subject.

  • Freeze Dry – This is a method of rapidly freezing something at very low temperatures in order to preserve it. Once frozen, the object is subjected to a high-powered vacuum tool that removes any ice by sublimation.
  • Fleshing – A process that involves removing all red meat from the deer, bear or other animal. A machine or scalpel is often utilized to do this. If a fish or bird is the subject, this meat must all be removed as well.
  • Salting – A specific table is often used to apply salt to the animal. This is done after the fleshing of the raccoon, wolf, or elk. This helps pull moisture off the animal and works like a dehydration process. It often takes around six weeks.
  • Skinning Gambrel – A frame with chains and hooks that are used to suspend a dead animal in the air. This allows a taxidermist to skin the animal. While there is no special schooling required to use a gambrel, there is a certain process that must be learned.
  • Tail Stripping Tool – A hand tool that enables you to strip the skin from an animal tail in one easy motion. Many hunting supply shops and taxidermy product dealers offer these devices.
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    National Taxidermists Association
    Green Forest, AR 72638
    An organization that would endorse education, solidarity, and standards for the entire taxidermy industry to embrace. Our association focuses on the needs and interests of the taxidermy industry.
     
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    Falls Taxidermy
    Wilton Rd, Dixfield, ME 04224
    We do it all, with quality work at affordable prices. Dealers welcome. We have a turn around time of within a year or less.
    (207) 562-8231
    Bahr Gene Taxidermist
    Route 107 Hillside, Sebago, ME 04029
    Whether you want a small carving, or a large trophy mount, Gene Bahr can provide top quality, award winning results! Along with fish carving and taxidermy, Mr. Bahr can also be commissioned to paint your scene or tropy in a number of mediums, including watercolor and acrylics.
    (207) 647-5238
    Trails End Taxidermy Studio
    34 Mill Street, Lisbon, ME 04250
    Taxidermy services, including deer, moose, bear, fish, large mammals, small mammals, and more.
    (207) 353-6599
    Northland Taxidermy
    258 Alton Tannery Rd, Old Town, ME 04468
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    (207) 394-2031
     
    User Review: "Loved the work, loved the way everything was explained. Was even given help with the skinning of the moose. Great people."
    Top Of The World Taxidermy
    23 Plunkett Place, Benedicta, ME 04733
    Specializing in recreating tophy mounts for big game, including fish, birds, deer, bear, moose, and other trophies. Customized habitat based on customer's desires. Repair work for aged or damaged mounts.
    (207) 234-4480
    Jnc Taxidermy
    17 Page Rd, Livermore Falls, ME 04254
    Wildlife artistry is what it's all about at our reputable taxidermy company. We specialize in mammals and gamehead mounts, perfect for mounting in your home or office.
    (207) 897-4611
    All Seasons Taxidermy
    232 Harry Howes Rd, Sanford, ME 04073
    Full service taxidermist specializing in custom fish, fowl, antler, half and full-size, and rug mounts. In addition to wild animal preservation, we also own a dry-freeze chamber for pet preservation.
    (207) 324-6648
    Peter Sterling Taxidermy
    601 Deering Ridge Rd, East Waterboro, ME 04030
    Taxidermy studio that also buys and supplies furs. We work with most species, including fish, birds, plus big and small mammals. We have done work for restaraunts and large outdoor companies.
    (207) 247-3989
    Stoneridge Taxidermy
    686 Lebanon Rd, Acton, MA 04001
    Full service, licensed taxidermist. Our taxidermy studio provides mounts for birds, fish, deer, moose, and bear. We also do mounts for all small mammals, including habitats.
    (207) 636-2048
    Wildlife Recreation Taxidermy
    13 Kaplan Dr, North Monmouth, ME 04265
    (207) 933-4968
    New Frontier Taxidermy Studio
    223 S Main St, Solon, ME 04979
    (207) 643-2334
    Harvest Time Taxidermy
    21 Dock Rd, Alna, ME 04535
    (207) 586-5760
    Creative Maine Taxidermy
    347 Day Rd, Alfred, ME 04002
    (207) 499-2680
    Fayta's Taxidermy
    18 Loring Ln, Pownal, ME 04069
    (207) 688-4482
    Dick's Taxidermy
    29 Crossman St, Lisbon Falls, ME 04252
    (207) 353-6206


    Taxidermists are professionals who prepare, stuff, and mount animals of all kinds. Taxidermy is an art that has been around for several centuries. Although the first American book on this practice was published in the mid 1800s, other parts of the world have been embracing taxidermy for much longer. It is an art form that typically involves wildlife such as large fish, birds, deer, bears, tigers and other animals people kill while hunting. Although some individuals prefer to bury their pets after they pass on, other people choose to have their cat or dog stuffed, preserved, and mounted. This may involve processes like tanning the hide, painting artificial eyes, and sewing the skin of the dead animal. Certain supplies are required for this task. Sometimes a taxidermist has to freeze dry specific parts like the skull, choose a certain size of glass eye, and use artificial teeth that are carved. This requires a certain level of schooling and training. Depending on the bear, bird, deer or fish involved, it takes a certain period of time for the lifelike animal to be sculpted properly. When a hunting trophy or pet is completed, it may resemble a mannequin or dummy to some degree. Resort to the internet to learn a lot more about taxidermy and mounting wild animals. Although this is a unique process, there are a number of websites that can offer great details on this practice. If you have a specific animal in mind, try doing a little research on that species in particular.
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