Taxidermy - Basic/Intermediate/Advanced

Learn the art and science of Taxidermy from basic through advanced topics. 

In Basic Taxidermy, you will have comprehensive training in using specialized tools, preparing projects for mounting and performing basic finish work.

In Intermediate Taxidermy, you will enhance your skills by working on small/large mammals and learn project specific finishing techniques.

In Advanced Taxidermy, you will study birds, waterfowl and fish; learn about setting up a studio; and learn about obtaining various federal/state/city permits and licenses. Additional advanced topics include building bases, displays and designing state of the art habitats.  Learn about turning your passion into a business or a new career.

You are responsible for your own tools, materials and projects.  You will work individually or in teams on projects you are interested in.  The instructor will provide information on materials, tools and projects the first night of class.  Safety glasses required.  (3 - 48 hour classes required)

NOTE:  This class will be held at the El Reno BIS Center.

Course Schedules
Course Number Location Days & Times Course Date Cost
G48E1153 El Reno M/W • 6-9pm 01/12/2015 to 03/04/2015 $151
G48E1154 El Reno M/W • 6-9pm 03/23/2015 to 05/13/2015 $151
T150C1151 Chickasha T/TH • 6-9pm 08/14/2014 to 10/07/2014 $131
T150C1152 Chickasha T/TH • 6-9pm 10/21/2014 to 12/16/2014 $131
Course Info
Total Hours: 
48
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