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Welcome to the ATTC online taxidermy school brochure
Taxidermy Photos, trout, cougar, woodduck, elk, bass
10 Saleesh Drive | PO Box 1195 | Thompson Falls, Montana, 59873
(406)531-3451

In order to give you a better idea what our course consists of, we have taken photos on one of our classes throughout the entire six week period. Although it is impossible to cover every aspect of the training in these photos, you will have a pretty good idea about what you will be spending your time doing during our six week course!.

Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5 | Week 6

Week One: 7/21/08 - 7/25/08
Week one consisted of orientation, discussion on suppliers, & taxidermy associations,
instructor skinning/prepping demonstration, students prepping all skins & capes for mounting,
collecting habitat materials, starting habitat bases, and starting antler plaques.
skinning & prepping
Skinning/Prepping
prepping
Skinning/Prepping
prepping mink
Prepping mink for lifesize mount.
antler plaques
Working on Antler Plaques.
coyote pedestals
Coyote Pedestals, ready for skins.
raccoon pedestal
Raccoon Pedestal, ready for skin.
antler plaque
Working on Antler Plaque.
week one finished!
Friday at 5:00, chilling out after week one.
normie
Class Mascot "Normie" keeps an eye on the progress.
In Week Two students will begin mounting mammals, and may also work on more habitat
Be sure to check pictures each week so you can watch their progress!

Please also see our photos of instructor's work, and photos of student's finished mounts.


For more photos of graduates that may not be pictured here, please check our featured graduates pages.
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