Reference Study: Wild Turkey Heads

Cary Cochran

Reference Study, Wild Turkey Heads, by Cary Cochran: "In the field of taxidermy wild turkeys have gained popularity. There is a growing effort by taxidermists to produce quality mounts. Several reasons have caused taxidermists to shy away from mounting wild turkeys. They are large and present a problem with stability. They are not the easiest birds to flesh, degrease, and preserve. The attitude and feather placement of a strutting turkey is hard to achieve. There is also a problem with reproducing the fleshy details and coloration of their heads." To subscribe, renew, or to check your status, call us at 800-783-7266.

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