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Black & Tan

Black & Tan Taxidermy, Thunder Bay, Ontario your one stop for Taxidermy and Tanning in Northwestern Ontario. Including wall mounts, rugs, fish
and euro mounts.

Located in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
They can be contacted at
807-630-5440

blackandtantbay@gmail.com

Moose Antler Table

   

The moose antler table stands 31" high. The glass table top is 26" long and 21" wide. Solid wood base. $600.00
Ornaments not included.

Fur Trappers Trade Show & Conference

Black & Tan Taxidermy
Jamie Black of Black and Tan Taxidermy in front of her booth at the Fur Trappers Trade Show & Conference being held in Thunder Bay in the Heritage Building at the CLE  February 24th and 25th.

 

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Without people like Jamie at Black & Tan, we (The Real Deal) would not be able to... not just have a show, but have a successful show that airs coast to coast across North America. Plus such a talented taxidermist is just a natural partner for a group of outdoors enthusiasts like our team is. Thank you, Jamie for your help and friendship.

Featured on CBC Outdoors

Top outdoors stories in northwestern Ontario for 2015

From lynx versus goat, to a talented taxidermist, 2015 had it share of memorable outdoors stories

Jamie Black of Black and Tan

To hear the full CBC story  click on image

Examples of the work done by BLACK & TAN

Images of some of the work done by BLACK & TAN 



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About Black & Tan

When most people think of taxidermy - both hunters and non-hunters alike- they think only of stuffed animal heads or fish on a wall. The Oxford dictionary defines taxidermy as:
“The art of preparing and mounting skins of animals with lifelike effect.”
However, with modern taxidermy methods and technology and increasingly life-like materials, “taxidermy” is so much more than simply animal skins – the industry has seen many changes.  Clients are demanding something different and unique; for a taxidermist with skill and imagination the possibilities are endless. To begin with, a large percentage of people enjoying the outdoors today are not doing it for a trophy but simply for relaxation and the pleasure of spending time with loved ones. For these consumers, a deer or fish of any size is a trophy, and should be remembered as such but in the past, taxidermists have overlooked, (or refused), such pieces in favour of working on a record-size animal. What a fish or animal lacks in size however, the skilled taxidermist can overcome by presenting it artfully or as part of a unique habitat.
                      
Also, a taxidermied piece doesn’t need to be limited to the whole animal: I have finished several animal hides as floor and wall coverings; mounted shed deer antlers found while walking in the woods, I have even turned shed moose antlers into coffee tables.

To quote from the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters website:
“No wonder hunting is so important to so many people still today. Up to 75% of hunters are reportedly motivated to hunt each year because hunting connects them psychologically to nature like no other activity."
What better way to recall that connection than to look every day at a beautifully prepared mount by Black & Tan Taxidermy and Tanning.


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