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Stuff it!: Taxidermy is the latest craze
London Evening Standard
As a hobby it might seem rather macabre, but Londoners are taking to the art of taxidermy in their droves. Classes have sold out as people vie to learn how to stuff anything from a mouse to a rabbit. One of the most popular aspects is posing the animals in activities such as playing a musical instrument, smoking a pipe, dancing and even riding a motorbike.
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A time to reflect
OutdoorHub
During hunting season, though, Arthur felt replenished and useful to the world, in a "conservation" sense. While he didn't care to kill a deer with the exception of one big doe or a giant buck per season for meat, he used the woods for therapy in the fall and winter, much like he would the river in spring and summer. In the spring, summer, and early fall, he spent the majority of his waking hours taking care of the deer and turkeys that occasionally visited his back forty, always giving the best chance of harvesting an animal to his son and his son's friends.
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Shooting tips: 8 keys to hit more coyotes
Outdoor Life
Coyotes can be one of the toughest challenges for a rifleman. They are relatively small targets, they're constantly on the move, and their keen eyesight usually keeps them at a long range from the gun. But, with these eight tips, you'll hit more coyotes this winter.
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Meet the Klineburger Brothers and Capitol Hill's taxidermy past
Capitol Hill Seattle
Taxidermy has become a staple wall ornament of dimly lit Capitol Hill taverns. Whether bar owners know it or not, stuffing and mounting animal carcasses actually has a rich history in the neighborhood. Seattle's Klineburger brothers operated one of the largest custom taxidermists in the country from their Capitol Hill shop inside 12th Ave's Ballou Wright building, today home to Juicebox and the Creature agency.
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Mossberg reveals Duck Commander Series of firearms
OutdoorHub
O.F. Mossberg and Sons announced last year that the company had partnered with Duck Commander for a line of firearms geared especially towards waterfowl hunting. Perhaps better known for their appearances on A&E's "Duck Dynasty" the Robertson family has built a hunting merchandise empire around their brand, Duck Commander. The combination of the Robertsons' fan base and Mossberg, a well-respected manufactuer of shotguns and rifles, meant that many eagerly anticipated the release of the new firearm line.
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Central Kentucky's small lakes, ponds ideal for hunting Canada geese
KyForward
Central Kentucky's many ponds and small lakes are home to a growing number of temperature nesting Canada geese. These birds raise their young and spend most of their lives in the region. "We're hunting geese raised mostly in rural areas that generally fly short distances in search of food," said Rocky Pritchert, an avid waterfowl hunter and migratory bird program coordinator for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.
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Taxidermists talk survival in tough times
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It takes more than knives, chemicals and a collection of glass eyes to make it in the taxidermy business. "Your work has to stand out.

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How Western Kentucky became a big buck hot spot
Field & Stream
Carl Doran is owner of Snipe Creek Lodge, one of the largest whitetail outfitters in Kentucky — a state with deer hunting ranked No. 1 in the nation by both Field and Stream and Outdoor Life in the past.

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With amateur taxidermy, you get what you pay for
Roanoke Times
There's a bit of a learning curve when it comes to taking a dead critter and bringing it back to life.

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Bird taxidermy imagines bizarre new species'
Visual News
If you've watched the BBC's Planet Earth, then you know about the many bizarre species' in the bird-of-paradise family. Their wildly flamboyant plumage has set them apart in the animal world, as has their equally bizarre and elaborate mating rituals. Perhaps that's why these fantastic taxidermy sculptures by Karley Feaver are so familiar and yet fascinating. In her series Becoming Otherwise, she has created a diverse series of imaginary avian life, playing on themes of domesticity and imagining new paths of evolution.
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Cabela's ColorPhase: Coolest new camo on the market
Outdoor Life
Of the many latest-and-greatest gadgets released every year for hunters and fishermen, few are revolutionary. Or even new. They're usually just tweaked versions of an old idea wrapped in fancy packaging and described with technical jargon that makes it sound like the equivalent of the Neanderthal man discovering fire and inventing the wheel. While Cabela's ColorPhase technology might not spur mankind ahead in the same manner as fire or the wheel, and at the risk of sounding hyperbolic, it might be one of the greatest evolutions in modern camouflage.
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