LordRusty
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LordRusty

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  • About

    Birthday:
    Dec 2, 1955 (Age: 58)
    Home Page:
    http://wildlife.equineartistry.com/?
    State/Province of residence:
    Ohio
    Country of residence:
    USA
    How did you find AfricaHunting.com?:
    Email
    I am a:
    • Taxidermist
    Have you hunted in Africa?:
    No
    What weapon(s) do you hunt with?:
    • Rifle
    My best hunting tip:
    Give the best and most immediate field care to your trophies as soon as you possibly can! Do some research before you book your hunt, by gathering as much info as possible on skinning your trophies and the proper care of the skins -- so you can be assured of a top-notch mount later. Too many hard won trophy animals are ruined by shoddy skinners and "non-care" in the field! You can prevent that!
    My other interests:
    Besides being a professional Taxidermist, I am also a Photographer, Sculptor, and Painter. Taking care of our horse, and studying the anatomy and natural history of mammals are my top priorities.

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    John Bellucci - Master Taxidermist
    John Bellucci's Artistic Wildlife Taxidermy
    (937) 376-5597
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      Carl Ethan Akeley (1864-1926), Master Taxidermist & Hunter
      I hate to tell you this, but I must make this correct. That is NOT Carl Akeley. It is, in fact, James Lippett Clark, assisted here by Gardell Christensen. James Clark was trained by Akeley in the "Akeley Method" and became more than adept at it.