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Great Falls taxidermist wins top award
Great Falls Tribune
Carved wooden fish and water droplets rolling of the moose's nose makes Mark Smart's mounted moose head stand out. The mount was unique enough, while also being expertly done, to earn Smart a top award at the World Taxidermy and Fish Carving Championships, held May 5-9 in Springfield, Missouri. Smart, who owns Great Falls Taxidermy, took home the award for best game head mount in the collective artist division.
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Iowa taxidermist pleads guilty to rhino trafficking
The Des Moines Register
An Iowa taxidermist pleaded guilty recently to selling two endangered black rhinoceros horns as part of a partnership with a former Texas rodeo performer-turned-trafficker who shipped an estimated $2.5 million worth of horns across the United States.
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5 invaluable pieces of advice for the next generation of hunters
Wide Open Spaces
Built on the experience, work, traditions, stories and ideals of generations before them, the future of the hunting lifestyle and culture rests in the hands and decisions of the next generation of hunters and conservationists. Here are five imperative pieces of advice we need to pass down to the next generation of hunters.
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Pennsylvania's dramatic drop in hunting accidents: A closer look
LancasterOnline
Does a hunter shoot in the woods? You bet, but in Pennsylvania the last two hunting seasons have been the safest on record.
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