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Taxidermy moves from hunting lodges to hipster havens
The Washington Post
The back room is where they cut open the dead animals, and the front room is where they sell them. They choose the creatures carefully, dealing only in what is legal and authentic. Working as their ancestors would, they make sure to use every part of the animal. They are not butchers. They are not burly men mounting the spoils of a hunting expedition on plaques for a man cave.
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At the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and in private studios, taxidermists keep a dead art alive
LA Weekly
A dead bird in the hand feels like a grenade: cold, compact, loaded. On a Saturday morning at Prey studio in downtown L.A., eight taxidermy students — a grab bag of artists and curious amateurs, all but three of them women — lower frozen European starlings into kitchen-sink baptisms. They take scalpels to the specimens.
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Co-owner of Boss Hog taxidermy enjoys the human side of his business
Cove Herald
John Bowman doesn't plan to get rich from his taxidermy business, but he does want to make people happy. The 24-year-old former college football player and his childhood friend Taylor Thompson, also 24, opened Boss Hog Wild Game Processing & Taxidermy in May and are expecting a busy deer processing season.
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Will Alabama's game wardens be watching hunters with drones?
Deer & Deer Hunting
Unmanned aerial vehicles, more commonly known as drones, aren't just some new thing. They're here, and they're getting more popular with the public and law enforcement agencies. Some state officials are trying to figure out ways to use them. That includes state conservation departments and wildlife agencies.
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A few tips for your next hunt in the great outdoors
The News Star
Whatever you do today, tomorrow and for the rest of this year's hunting season, do not get in or on a mechanized vehicle with a loaded firearm. No game animal is worth a human life, limb or other body part. And you can about bet, if your loaded firearm goes off, the discharged projectile won't hit you.
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New guide offers hunting insights
Northern Virginia Daily
Everyone knows that the Boone & Crockett Club is a prestigious conservation organization that keeps the records for the largest big game animals taken. But the B&C Club also operates a publishing house that produces some amazing books and DVDs.
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