Issue 75, Spring 2004

ON THE COVER 
Glen Browning: White-Crested Laughing Thrushes

Although taxidermy conjures the thoughts of mounted game animals, birds and fishes, it is a constant enjoyment to see nature's beauty re-created with non-game species. To do this, you must follow game laws and proper procedures for your country. Canadian taxidermist Glen Browning did just that when he mounted this pair of laughing thrushes after being inspired at a Canadian aviary. His story about this pair is found further in this issue. Glen and his wife Bridget live in Surrey, British Columbia.

IN THIS ISSUE

The BREAKTHROUGH Gallery - The European Championships
European Championships - Simon Blackshaw
Bison: The Tom Weickum Way - Larry Blomquist
Part 2: Carving Custom Mannikins - Ken Walker
Ken Walker: Magical Hands - George Roof
2003 N.T.A: Design & Composition - Stefan Savides
Part 2: Tree and Plant Preservation - Jerry Kabat
Cally Morris: Shingled Strut Turkey - Larry Blomquist
Part 2: Joe Coombs Wild Boar - Larry Blomquist
In-Depth Study: Canvasback - David Cowley
Back to Basics: Study Reference! - Rick Carter
Bondo: How to Use It, Make It, and Keep It - Bob Chauvin
Paint Schedule: Arctic Char - Larry Blomquist

REFLECTIONS, REVIEWS & REVELATIONS

Q&A - Larry Goldman
Yox Yacks: Becoming a Dinosaur - Bill Yox
The Law and Taxidermists: - Mike Oropallo
Forums, Volume 15: School in My Pajamas - Ken Edwards


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