Taxidermy

The following courses are appropriate for anyone interested in learning the art of taxidermy or for those wanting to improve their techniques. Included throughout each topic is instruction on habitat, casting, operating a taxidermy business, state and federal game laws, how to make specialized tools, and much more. Students may enter at the beginning of either class and may choose between evening or Saturday classes. Classes are taught at the Pilot Center in room 138.

Orientation to Taxidermy Classes

These free sessions are open to anyone who would like to visit the classroom/lab and meet with the instructor to learn more about the class, associated costs, required tools/supplies and the training facility.

Classes

Start Date End Date Day(s) Time Location Cost
01/21/17 01/21/17 Sat. 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Pilot Center, 138 Free
01/25/17 01/25/17 W 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Pilot Center, 138 Free

Deer and Game Heads/Birds and Waterfowl

Instruction will be provided on skinning, fleshing, tanning and drying the skin as well as ordering manikins and other parts necessary to complete the mount.

Classes

Start Date End Date Day(s) Time Location Cost
02/11/17 06/17/17 every other Saturday 8:30 am - 3:30 pm Pilot Center, 138 $183
01/30/17 03/29/17 MW 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm Pilot Center, 138 $183

Advanced Techniques and Special Topics

The advanced taxidermy class is open to advanced taxidermists, past students or those currently enrolled in one of our other taxidermy courses.

Classes

Start Date End Date Day(s) Time Location Cost
02/11/17 06/17/17 every other Saturday 8:30 am - 3:30 pm Pilot Center, 138 $183
01/30/17 03/29/17 MW 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm Pilot Center, 138 $183

Interested in this course?

View/Register for Classes

Pre-registration for this orientation is required by calling (336) 386-3618 by Thursday, January 19.

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