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30-Day money back guarantee when purchasing our Taxidermy Classes - Taxidermy VideosThis 2-hour Waterfowl, Duck and Bird Taxidermy Instruction DVD teaches how to mount a flying Mallard duck.  This is a complete, start-to-finish instructional video that covers how to skin, flesh, mount and finish a beautiful flying mallard duck.  By mastering these taxidermy techniques, you will also benefit when mounting other waterfowl such as Woodducks or Pintails.  Learn to skin, clean, mount and finish a beautiful flying duck.

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Taxidermy Training DVDs teaching how to mount a flying duck, mallard, but the same techniques can be used on other waterfowl such as Woodduck, Pintail and Bufflehead.Bird Taxidermy School - Student Testimonials:


"Bill, the flying duck taxidermy DVD was very informative.  I really liked seeing how to fix the broken wing."  Brian

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Bird Taxidermy Tips

Field Care:  Without a doubt proper field care will determine the quality of your finished mount. When collecting waterfowl in the field your normally shooting it with a shotgun so try to select a bird that has the least amount of damage. Check feet, bill and spread wings to make sure your bird is not missing feathers. While in the field protect your selected waterfowl by placing it head first down a pair of old panty hose. The panty hose will do a great job of holding feathers in place to reduce damage. Wrap your bird in two plastic bags and seal them very tightly. Freeze the bird as soon as possible. Keep the bird on ice, but do not get it wet until freezing is possible.

Collect Good Bird Reference:  One of the most valuable things you can do to perfect your bird taxidermy skills is to study live birds as much as possible. You can start by collecting photos from bird and waterfowl magazines. If you have a local zoo, go study the live birds. The most successful bird and waterfowl taxidermist in the world have bird aviaries at the shop or home to study their own collection of live birds. Taking the time to study birds, ducks and waterfowl references will be a huge factor in your becoming a true master at bird taxidermy.

Bird Taxidermy Specimens:  In bird taxidermy, there are 3 basic groups to consider:  Waterfowl, Turkey and Game Birds.  Our first video focuses on the most popular and lucrative for a taxidermy studio, duck taxidermy. 


Duck Taxidermy can be a fun and creative hobby or it can add revenue to the bottom line of your taxidermy business.  Our video teaches a standing mount using a Woodduck specimen.  This is the best place to begin in learning the process.  Once you have mastered this mount, you can move on to flying mounts and even water display cases that are truly a work of taxidermy art. 


Game bird taxidermy, such as Pheasant, Quail and Dove is very popular in many areas.  The basic techniques taught in the Standing Woodduck Video would be applied to mounting game birds.  It is good planning to acquire several specimen because the skin on these birds can be very fragile and easily damaged.


Turkey taxidermy requires some experience and skill.  Although the basic techniques are similar to waterfowl taxidermy, these birds are much bigger and require artificial or freeze-dried heads.  While mounting Wild Turkey is more difficult and more time consuming, the financial rewards can be substantial. 




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