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The 2015 World Taxidermy Championships
Breakthrough Magazine
Springfield, Missouri, has been selected as the location of the 2015 World Taxidermy & Fish Carving Championships®. The University Plaza Hotel will be the host hotel for all seminar programs. The beautiful and spacious Springfield Expo Center, a one-minute walk across the street from the hotel, will be the location for the World Show competitions and trade show exhibition. The Springfield Convention center Ballroom, next to the University Plaza Hotel, will be the site for the award ceremony.
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Welcome to the National Taxidermists Association
NTA
The National Taxidermists Association is undergoing a complete and positive change made possible by an all-new and exciting re-organization at every level of our management. Meet the new faces, welcome old friends and see the refreshing changes that your NTA is currently undergoing, making us the household word for leadership, learning, competition, and sheer fun in your world of taxidermy!
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Alternative taxidermists give old life new meaning
NewsWorks
Shannah Warwick stroked her cat, Goulash, around the neck and sighed. "She was a diva in life, and I told her for years that I was going to stuff her," the fashion designer said of her beloved, now three and a half years passed. "She feels most like herself around the jowls," she said, stroking Goulash who sat on a satin pillow with a paw poised on a crystal ball, an entry in the second annual Philadelphia alt-taxidermy contest.
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Report: Migrating wildlife depends on more than wilderness
The New York Times
New details of seasonal migrations in Wyoming show that deer, elk and other animals depend not only on wilderness areas but on private and multiuse government lands. Matthew Kauffman, a conservation biologist at the University of Wyoming and director of the Wyoming Migration Initiative, said the maps it recently released for five species are an interim report that is part of a four-year project.
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More women finding hunting is their sport
The Blade
Might a widowers' version emerge, as women don camo and head to the woods to hunt? Is the sport, long a bastion of mucho machismo, now facing an acute case of gender jeopardy? The marketplace, the numbers and the hunters say the trend is clear.
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5 bow shots you should never take
Bowhunting.com
Modern bowhunting equipment has blurred the ethical lines of shot placement, but there are still several shots you should avoid altogether.
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Missouri hunters bag 91,000 deer in 1st weekend of firearm season
KTVI-TV
Many consider it a rite of passage, and the 2014 deer hunting season kicked off with the largest harvest in three years. This year's hunters took in over 91,000 deer in the first weekend of the firearms season. That's the second highest total since 2010, when nearly 98,000 deer were harvested.
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Famous big-game hunter faces onslaught of Internet hate over her latest Facebook post
Independent Journal Review
VideoBriefThe anti-hunting crowd doesn't seem to care if hunters are young, or female — they'll apparently go after any person who deigns to enjoy the sport of hunting, and they'll go after them with violent words and death threats. Eva Shockey is the latest to be attacked online for her hunting prowess. The daughter of Jim Shockey, who hosts a hunting show on the Outdoor Channel, recently nabbed a 510-pound black bear in Hyde County, North Carolina, according to her Facebook page.
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