WILDLIFE RECAPTURE TAXIDERMY

Wildlife Recapture Taxidermy is a taxidermy in Montana (US). We offer professional, high quality taxidermy services on all types of animals from birds to mammals. Our portfolio includes taxidermy projects for hunters, museums and commercial businesses. We have created skulls, antlers, mounts and rugs for homes, offices and cabins. And with a wide selection of preservation equipment, mounting and casting materials, we will take your prize trophy and turn it into a taxidermy animal display that you will treasure for many years to come. If you haven’t been hunting but want an animal piece, buy taxidermy items from our own wildlife collection. Although we specialize in taxidermy in Montana (US), we can service local, national and international customers.

Also known for our cleaning and restoration services, we can make an old mount, rug or other taxidermy animal look like new again. Our services include recoloring and repairs. The cost is based upon the age and condition of the item, so contact us for a quote. Approved by the USDA, we go to great lengths to be safe, professional and respectful in all of our transactions. Having a positive reputation worldwide, buy taxidermy and pick up your taxidermy in Montana. We can also ship your purchase to you anywhere in the US or worldwide.

Located in Northwest Montana of the US, we do a lot of work with fowl, fresh fish and bears. Stop by to see us in action or get a closer look at our large display of taxidermy animals. If you’re not near by, shop our online catalog to buy taxidermy products from our store that will enhance your decor and celebrate your appreciation for wildlife. If in stock, these items are ready to ship to you immediately. We also offer taxidermy animal workshops and classes for both the beginning or experienced taxidermist in Montana (Kalispell).

We are dedicated to the profession and stand by our work. We promise to deliver quality products and great prices.

Hunting trophy room taxidermy

 
 
 

How To Create an Impressive Hunting Trophy Room

A hunting excursion or safari can give you a nice collection of trophies. These are treasures that hold lots of memories of your adventures and good times. Therefore, you want to showcase them in a place where they’ll get lots of attention. Many hunters choose to display their trophies in a basement, home office or library. No matter where it is, your hunting trophy room should be very personal, but should also fit within the decor of the rest of your home, business or cabin.

Give Your Hunting Trophy Room a Theme

You should begin planning your hunting trophy room by coming up with a theme. If you’re a sports enthusiast, consider showcasing it with sports memorabilia. You can also incorporate your trophy room taxidermy into a game room which features a pool table or archery range. Want to keep to a hunting theme? Display hunting gear, a rifle, and photos from your hunting trips with your trophy room taxidermy. You can also create your theme based upon your hunting excursions. Choose a Western, Asian or African inspired decor.

Floor Layout and Spacing

Make sure your hunting trophy room is large enough to house your collection. You should also plan your layout because you don’t want it to be too cluttered. A cluttered room takes away from the beauty of your collection and can end up looking more like a storage unit. Trophy Room Taxidermy should be hung at eye level or a little higher. You can also create interest by hanging varying sizes and mounting different styles together. When hanging, be careful to keep spacing consistent between trophies.

Design Features

No matter your style, trophy room taxidermy looks best paired with natural decor. Design features like waterfalls, plants and stone walls will look great in a hunting trophy room. If you don’t have an entire room, you can have a statement or feature wall in your living room or den. You can also hang animal rugs going up the stairs or place mounts on a fireplace mantel. Be creative with your design.

Lighting and Trophy Preservation

A darker room such as one in a basement is best for the preservation of your trophy room taxidermy. You can add drama and highlight your mounts and rugs with LED spotlights. You’ll also want to ensure that your room is the right temperature (65 to 72 degrees) to keep your trophies in good condition.

Call Wildlife Recapture today to handle all your trophy room taxidermy needs!