“How To Do Taxidermy” 

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Dear Taxidermy Enthusiast,

There's something special about taxidermy, something unique.

It allows you to bring animals back to life, tocapture an instance of beauty...that moment when an animal is posing in its full glory.

Whatever it is, taxidermy is a very special hobby.

This is why there are tens of thousands of taxidermists in the United States alone, the majority of whom are hobbyists.

Which is probably why you are now reading this right now...hoping that you can also learn the secrets of taxidermy.

But here lies the problem...

Most People Don't Know What To Do!

You might have dreams of creating a taxidermy masterpiece. But at the same time you'll have a bucket full of questions and obstacles.

These questions can discourage and overwhelm some people!

You might be thinking - "If there was just one complete resource that would teach me everything I need to learn taxidermy!"

Here's the good news, now there is a resource to meet your every needs!

Introducing "Taxidermy Made Easy"


You will be walked through each step of the building process







  • How to start Taxidermy with easy step-by-step instructions!

  • How taxidermy can earn you money! The secrets to selling your work for several hundred dollars or more.

  • Rugs, Rugs, Rugs! You name the animal, and I'll show you how to make a rug out of it!

  • Why almost everyone is wrong about freezing your taxidermy.

  • How to avoid the 6 biggest skinning mistakes.

  • 9 ways to slash your taxidermy costs. Learn about the cheapest places to get your pelts, casts, mounts and specimens from.

  • The secrets to facial expressions and mouth modelling.

  • EMERGENCY! How to salvage your taxidermy if it starts to fall to pieces, including the fastest way to repairing dry and brittle skins.

  • How to mount a fish, even if you just ate it for dinner! Learn how a photo and measurements is all that's needed.

  • If you live in climates which are _____ and ____, you must know about _____. It is highly likely that your taxidermy will become infected!

  • The most effective way of using road kill!

  • 5 new ways to store and preserve your animals.

  • The little known plumage secrets – what you ought to know when inserting feathers!

  • The easiest way to get a taxidermy specimen! Learn the forgotten arts of trapping, netting and snare setting.

  • Why you'll be in taxidermy heaven during the month of ____.

  • Rogue Taxidermy! The shocking truth about the underground taxidermy scene.

  • The 7 best positions in which to display your animals.

  • Safety first! How to properly handle a dead animal.

  • 3 tools that every taxidermist must own!

  • The correct method for relaxing dried skins.

  • How "Plaster of Paris" can be used to create the perfect mould.

  • Pets? Learn about the best way to preserve your beloved dogs, cats, rabbits and more.

  • The No.1 method for getting rid of fungus and pests.

  • How to make sure you're not overpaying for your taxidermy equipment.

  • The truth about preserving animals which are a "work-in-progress".

  • How to hang your animals to any wall (or ceiling!).

  • The step-by-step process to tanning & stretching a hide.

  • Busts! The easy way to mount the heads of a deer, lion, moose and more!

  • Cheap ways to package and send your taxidermy mounts.

  • The correct way to prevent your taxidermy from smelling.

  • How to stop your animal hides from being damaged. Learn about the correct way to use a knife when capeing.

  • An overlooked technique for increasing the strength of metal when wiring.

  • The jealously guarded secret to mounting animals in an artistic manner.

  • How to quickly and easily create a reproduction by casting and modelling.

  • Landscapes – how to create modelled trees, grasses, rocks, ferns, mosses, seaweeds and other foliage.

  • An easy 4-step guide for spreading the wings of a mounted bird.

  • How to handle the sharp points on horns & antlers! Plus the best ways of polishing them.

  • The easiest way to insert glass eyes! Plus the cheapest places to buy them.

  • How to position your animal using pins into the perfect posture.

  • A simple method for collecting and mounting insects.

  • You're making a scene - how to group multiple animals together!

  • Plus so much more!

Pages of Instructions
Common Animals
Years of experience

It Covers A Range of Different Animals Including...

  • Alligators

  • Amphibians

  • Armadillos

  • Antelopes

  • Badgers

  • Bass

  • Bats

  • Bears

  • Beavers

  • Birds

  • Bobcats

  • Buffalo

  • Butterflies

  • Caterpillars

  • Cats

  • Coyotes

  • Crabs

  • Crocodiles

  • Crows

  • Deers

  • Dogs

  • Ducks

  • Eagles

  • Elk

  • Fish

  • Foxes

  • Geese

  • Goats

  • Grouse

  • Hamsters

  • Hawks

  • Herons

  • Insects

  • Lions

  • Lizards

  • Lobsters

  • Lynxes

  • Magpies

  • Marlin

  • Mice

  • Moles

  • Mooses

  • Moths

  • Mountain Lions

  • Owls

  • Peacocks

  • Pheasants

  • Pigeons

  • Pikes

  • Quails

  • Raccoons

  • Rattlesnakes

  • Reptiles

  • Roadrunners

  • Seagulls

  • Skunks

  • Snakes

  • Squirrels

  • Swordfish

  • Trout

  • Turkeys

  • Turtles

  • Vultures

  • Walleyes

  • Waterfowls

  • Weasels

  • Whitetails

  • Wolves

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Outdoor Survival Skills

Discover how to set up hunting traps and learn which plants are safe to eat.

Find out the easy way to make an outdoor fire.

Learn about the items that everybody should have in their camping backpacks.

Walden: Life in the Woods

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Over 2 years, Theroux built a log cabin and lived a self-reliant lifestyle near Walden pond.

His detailed diaries detail give a great insight into the problems of the modern condition.

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The 4 Major Benefits Of Taxidermy...

Taxidermy takes a bit of effort, but the reason people do it is because the rewards are so large.

Here's just 4 ways in which taxidermy will benefit your life!


Working with your hands. Many people now spend their entire working lives, sat behind a computer – it's where you are at this very moment! Taxidermy requires you to get off your behind and stop staring at that screen. There's just something special about working with your hands that is lost on those who work with computers. The sense of achievement, of seeing your own creation and being able to touch it, is far superior to the feelings you get from tapping away at your keyboard.


Productive use of time. It's estimated that the average American spends 30 hours per week watching TV and surfing the internet! That's over 1,500 hours per year! Now imagine how much you could achieve if you replaced that wasted time with a fun and engaging hobby. In no time at all you'd soon become a skilled Taxidermist!


Don't forget the end result. Taxidermy is about capturing a moment in nature, when animals are at their finest. When the end result is right, you really get a true sense of accomplishment. And what's more, a completed piece is something that lives on. If you're a hunter then it's the best way of showing off the prize you caught, or if you're looking to style your room (perhaps even create your own hunting lodge!), then you'll find no better decoration.


A nice little side earner! Don't forget the best bit! You'll commonly find a simple, small taxidermy piece being sold for around $150. However, this is just the low end of the scale. An average mid-range taxidermy piece commonly sells for $400, whereas master taxidermists can charge over $1,000 or more per mount! How's that for a hobby?

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Warning - This Is Not For Everyone!

I don't recommend Taxidermy for everyone!

And do you know why?

Because learning Taxidermy is slightly different.

It is not a simple hobby like stamp collecting or knitting.

Taxidermy requires you to go outside, you need a little bit of skill and effort before you reap the rewards of your labour.

This is the real problem...

Taxidermy can be very frustrating. And there's a reason why people can have difficulty with it.

It's because they haven't found a decent guide to follow!

Which is exactly what Taxidermy Made Easy is. It helps both those who know already know about taxidermy and those who are completely clueless. Taxidermy Made Easy is the perfect start for budding enthusiasts and trained veterans alike!

So tell me...what's the cost for this complete resource?

First, let's do some comparing.

Many people decide to learn taxidermy by paying for a class or course. I had a look online for some of these courses and the top 3 sites I could find had prices of $300, $600 and $400.

So how much should I charge for Taxidermy Made Easy? Well the average of these 3 classes comes out at about $400. So if I were to charge only half of that amount, then the price of Taxidermy Made Easy would be $200.

But I'm not even thinking about anywhere near that amount! In fact I'm only asking for nearly a tenth of this price when you can invest in Taxidermy Made Easy for just $27!

How can I offer this so cheaply? Because simply put, times have changed. Authors used to have to give a massive cut to a middle man (sometimes over 80%), but this is no longer the case thanks to the internet, and this allows both of us to take advantage of this situation.

And when you read my book you can go at your own speed so you won't fall behind in class, and if you're a quick learner you can just zoom straight ahead. And you won't need to waste time and money transporting yourself to the taxidermy classes.

So ask yourself this question...

Am I going to try all of this by myself?

Some people try to do this, and they might search online and find a bit of information here and there, often from questionable sources...

But all that research is taking the hard path.

Why don't you take the easy journey instead?

With just a little investment you can get "Taxidermy Made Easy" and immediately, you'll have the exact steps laid out for you.

The choice is yours...


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Yours Sincerely,

Author of “Taxidermy Made Easy”

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