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Hey all, If anyone is looking for a local taxidermist I recently opened up a shop in Jay (northern Adirondacks). Been working for others for years, now I finally get to start on my own. I have a college degree in sculpture and painting, glad to see it’s paying off lol. I’m a passionate hunter, but unfortunately don’t get out often anymore because hunting season is my busy season. I’m on Facebook and Instagram as Styx River Taxidermy and my website is styxrivertaxidermy.com. You can also call at (917)715-6940. I have worked on more deer than I can count, exotics, birds, but no fish at the moment-sorry! Any questions at all, just let me know. Feel free to drop by the shop just for a chat, I get to enjoy the hunting season by listening to others talk about it I’ve attached a picture of a doe pedestal and a bobcat I did for my showroom, base and icicles all hand made by myself. Thanks guys, and best of luck to all out there!
The Appalachian Eagle Project in NYS started camera trapping as part of our Golden Eagle/Scavenger research the day after muzzleloader season ended - 12/23. Things were slow then suddenly one site in Delaware County had a burst of activity. These photos are mostly from Delaware. Some may be from Otsego. The bear could be a big problem as deer carcasses are scarce. Bear removing one of the two carcasses it took. Bear resting after clearing out our bait. Bald Eagle Bald and Golden Eagles together Bobcat-coyote standoff (note -the cats usually win, which is weird). Coyote
I am new to the predator hunting world. I have always wanted to do it but haven't jumped for the set up until recently. I have purchased a .223, calls, light for night hunting and have done a ton of research, as well as watching coyote hunting videos from calling the country. In my opinion they seem to be very knowledgeable and as informational as videos come. I have a buddy who traps and has frozen his pelts to sell green (has yet to bring them to a buyer). I finally sprung into predator hunting to help out the deer, turkey, and rabbit population on my new farm in Schoharie county which is over run with coyote and bobcats as well as my hometown spots in Putnam county, but figure if I can make a few bucks and use the animal after harvest its a win win. I was wondering who sells green vs going through the stretching, drying, and tanning process themselves and why? Also if there is a annual fur buyer in the southern tier, I have been looking it up but haven't found any information on that as of yet.