Issue 77, Fall 2004

ON THE COVER 
Moose Calf by Jean Roll


The moose calf on our cover was mounted by taxidermist Jean Roll of Perry, Michigan. Her most recent accomplishment with this piece was a first in the Division of Excellence and winner of the WASCO award at the N.T.A. Convention in Huntsville, Alabama, this summer. Jean raises and cares for may species of mammals and often receives orphaned wild game juveniles. Unfortunately, some do not survive and Jean does nature justice with her skills as a professional taxidermist. Her trio of jumping baby aoudads graced the cover of Issue 34 in the fall of 1993. We are very proud to again feature one of Jean s artful compositions on our cover.

IN THIS ISSUE

The Breakthrough Gallery - 2004 N.T.A.
Mobile Pedestal Mount Giraffe - Roy Holdridge
Wings: Savides Style - Stefan Savides
Raw Talent or Persistence and Desire? - Stefan Savides
Saving Time, Saving Money - Don Frank
In-Depth Study: Impalas - Larry Blomquist
2004 National Taxidermists Association - Huntsville, AL
2005 World Shows: Make Plans - Mar. 29-Apr. 2, 2005
Habitats: Frozen Secrets - Randy Nelson
Part 1: Rugs - Mary Hilliard Krueger
Back to Basics: I Hate to Sew! - Rick Carter
In-Depth Study: Largemouth Bass - Kenneth Bauman
Albino (Whitetail) from Albion - Dan Rinehart
Paint Schedule: White Crappie - Ralph Garland

REFLECTIONS, REVIEWS & REVELATIONS

Yock Yax: Deer In My World - Bill Yox
Artistry Yes, But Is It Art? - Uwe Goepel
Laws Concerning Importing to the World Show - Mike Oropallo
Building a Business - Jim Kasik
Q&A - Larry Goldman
Noonkester Supply Joins McKenzie - October 1, 2004
Forums, Volume 17: Is The Customer Always Right? - Ken Edwards

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