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Hello and welcome to Beach Taxidermy! I grew up in eastern North Carolina and early on gained an appetite to hunt and fish every chance I got. I wanted to learn the art of Taxidermy but life came first and I enlisted in the military. I began learning taxidermy as a hobby in 2008. I joined United Taxidermist Association in 2010.  After 23 years of military moves I settled my family in the low country of South Carolina then attended and graduated from Central Texas School of Taxidermy in Snyder Texas in the fall of 2015. I joined South Carolina Association of Taxidermy in 2016 in order to attend seminars to gain the latest knowledge and skills the taxidermy industry has to offer so that I  can provide quality works of art to you, my customer.

Here at Beach Taxidermy there are no shortcuts taken. We do not use dry preservitive for any mammel mounts and only use quality tans and the most accurate, highest quality maniquins.

We maintain a Migratory Bird Permit issued from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that allows us to perform taxidermy on migratory birds. In order for us to possess your waterfowl, you will need to fill out a migratory bird tag when your bird is dropped off.

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