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> Hi everyone, I am new to this club, but I think you are you are thewriten by GERALD J. GRANTZ called home book of taxidermy and tanning
> solution to my problem.
> hi pat my name is ray im just geting into taxidermy there is a book
that book has every thing that you will need to do the job right
there is a hole chapter in it in stuffing squrrels an other
animals.an there is a magzine that you can order molds of all sorts
of animals an the cemacals that you need to do it or go to a sporting
goods store that has to do with hunting an some one may be able to
help you with more info on it.i have a friend that dose this an ive
helped him withmany animals moose deer coyotes ect the main thing is
to be carefull with falaying the hide from the body exspecially
around the nose eyes an ears use a scalpo with a sharp blade an get
some broax acid to soak the hide to loosin the acess meat to make it
easier to scrape off than order your mold take messurments because
molds come in different sizes. hope that this info helps you out an
good luck with it but squrrels are the best animal to start with.
> Recently, a friend of mine was riding his mountain bike in thehim
> mountains near here, and a squirrel ran through the spokes of
> his bike. When the squirrel/spoke combination hit the forks of
> his bike he went flying and the bike flipped over. He had no idea
> what happened and reached behind from where he lay on the
> ground to feel what had gotten caught in the brakes and the
> squirrel bit him. I don't know if the squirrel died from biting
> (he is a lawyer after all) or from massive internal injuries, buthe
> (the squirrel) promptly passed from this earth.do
> Being concerned about rabies, he bagged up the squirrel and
> took it took the local ranger station. He was told that squirrels
> not carry rabies, but he decided to take the squirrel home
> anyways. This is where I come in to the picture. Because I raise
> and slaughter a couple of turkeys each year, my friend asked me
> if I could mount it for him. I am not sure what one has to do with
> the other, but I said I was up for the challenge.
> OK, what now, I have never done any sort of taxidermy and have
> no idea how I should proceed. Would anyone out there like to
> give me some advice?
> Thanks a lot, Pat