TURKEY Skinning & Fleshing a Turkey

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1-800-535-8220 www.second2nature.com 590 TRAINING VIDEOS TRAINING VIDEOS See pages 396 & 397 for more turkey heads HALF STRUT TKHS1 TKHS2 QUANTITY DISCOUNT $500 & up - 5% Off $1000 & up - 10% Off TURKEY Skinning a Turkey (Leg to Leg) By Randy Life (½ Hr) Video shows complete skinning process, using leg to leg incision. Includes removal of head, tail and feet. Detailed information and close-up shots. 89-RL01 ................................................................ $25 Different Techniques Used in Fleshing Birds on a Wire Wheel By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Steve German, Tab Hinton, Craig Jones, Brent Banham (¾ Hr) Watch different bird experts flesh with a wire wheel. Birds used: Goose, Turkey, Duck and Pheasant. 89-DVD438 ........................................................... $12 The Complete Skin Preparation for Mounting a Turkey By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Tab Hinton (1½ Hrs) Tab starts skinning the turkey with a breast incision, inverts the legs and inverts half of the wing followed by an incision under the wing to skin out the other half. The bird is cleaned and degreased on a wire wheel, then washed in soapy water, Coleman fuel and air dried. Dry Preservative is applied before placing in the tumbler. The final step is blowing off with an air compressor, then drying with a blow dryer. BONUS MATERIAL: Skin preparation for mounting a turkey shoulder. 89-DVD338 ........................................................... $15 Skinning & Fleshing a Turkey for Mounting By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Bill Pierce (1¼ Hrs) Bill starts with an incision from the crown of the breast down to the vent and begins skinning the Turkey. After skinning the back half of the bird, he then hangs the carcass up from the tail section and continues skinning. He shows how to remove the entire head from the Turkey. All of the fleshing is done by hand. The legs are skinned out by inverting them. Bill shows two different ways to skin out the wings – by inverting the wing and by making an incision on the underside of the wing. He spot washes the bird and places it in a tumbler, then blows it out after removing it from the tumbler. 89-DVD009 ........................................................... $14 Skinning & Fleshing a Turkey By Taxidermy Training Unlimited With Andy Campbell (1¼ Hrs) Andy shows you everything you need to know to properly skin a turkey, using a leg-to-leg incision. Covers removing the tail, complete skinning, fleshing, washing and preserving the skin, ready for the mounting process. 89-AC02................................................................. $25 Skinning & Fleshing a Turkey By Taxidermy Training Unlimited With Danny Owens (1½ Hrs) Starting with a belly incision, Danny shows the complete skinning procedure, removing the head, fleshing, degreasing, washing and preserving the skin, ready for the mounting process. This video compliments Danny’s Flying and Standing Turkey videos, both of which start with a belly incision skin. 89-DO05 ............................................................... $25 Proper Skinning, Fleshing & Mounting a Turkey in Flight By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Terry Heuring (2 Hrs) Terry starts with a breast incision and skins out the Turkey and removes the head. He degreases the bird on a wire wheel and then rinses it off and places in a soapy wash. The Turkey is then put into a tumbler. Terry shows the preparation of a urethane turkey head – dremeling out the eyes, setting the eyes and painting the head. Using a urethane body, he mounts the Turkey in a flying pose. Final positioning, pinning, carding and installing the urethane head is shown. Pinning and gluing the neck skin to the urethane head and final touches to painting the beak and head are done. 89-DVD325 ........................................................... $17 Skinning, Fleshing & Mounting a Gobbler Coming off the Roost By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Steve German Steve starts with a breast incision and skins the bird, including inverting the legs and wings and removing the flight tendon. The bird is cleaned and degreased on a wire wheel, then washed in soapy water, Coleman fuel and air dried before tumbling. The Turkey is mounted on a urethane body. Preparing the urethane head – dremeling out eyes, setting eyes and painting is shown. Attaching the urethane head, pinning, taping/carding, grooming and finish work including painting the legs and feet is done. 89-DVD393 (2 Hrs) ............................................... $17 89-DVD394 (3 Hrs) (2-Disc Set) ............................ $25

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QUANTITY DISCOUNT
$500 & up - 5% Off
$1000 & up - 10% Off
TURKEY Skinning a Turkey (Leg to Leg) By Randy Life (½ Hr) Video shows complete skinning process, using leg to leg incision. Includes removal of head, tail and feet. Detailed information and close-up shots. 89-RL01 ................................................................ $25
Different Techniques Used in Fleshing Birds on a Wire Wheel By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Steve German, Tab Hinton, Craig Jones, Brent Banham (¾ Hr) Watch different bird experts flesh with a wire wheel. Birds used: Goose, Turkey, Duck and Pheasant. 89-DVD438 ...........................................................$12
The Complete Skin Preparation for Mounting a Turkey By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Tab Hinton (1½ Hrs) Tab starts skinning the turkey with a breast incision, inverts the legs and inverts half of the wing followed by an incision under the wing to skin out the other half. The bird is cleaned and degreased on a wire wheel, then washed in soapy water, Coleman fuel and air dried. Dry Preservative is applied before placing in the tumbler. The final step is blowing off with an air compressor, then drying with a blow dryer. BONUS MATERIAL: Skin preparation for mounting a turkey shoulder. 89-DVD338 ...........................................................$15
Skinning & Fleshing a Turkey for Mounting By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Bill Pierce (1¼ Hrs) Bill starts with an incision from the crown of the breast down to the vent and begins skinning the Turkey. After skinning the back half of the bird, he then hangs the carcass up from the tail section and continues skinning. He shows how to remove the entire head from the Turkey. All of the fleshing is done by hand. The legs are skinned out by inverting them. Bill shows two different ways to skin out the wings – by inverting the wing and by making an incision on the underside of the wing. He spot washes the bird and places it in a tumbler, then blows it out after removing it from the tumbler. 89-DVD009 ...........................................................$14
Skinning & Fleshing a Turkey By Taxidermy Training Unlimited With Andy Campbell (1¼ Hrs) Andy shows you everything you need to know to properly skin a turkey, using a leg-to-leg incision. Covers removing the tail, complete skinning, fleshing, washing and preserving the skin, ready for the mounting process. 89-AC02.................................................................$25
Skinning & Fleshing a Turkey By Taxidermy Training Unlimited With Danny Owens (1½ Hrs) Starting with a belly incision, Danny shows the complete skinning procedure, removing the head, fleshing, degreasing, washing and preserving the skin, ready for the mounting process. This video compliments Danny’s Flying and Standing Turkey videos, both of which start with a belly incision skin. 89-DO05 ...............................................................$25
Proper Skinning, Fleshing & Mounting a Turkey in Flight By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Terry Heuring (2 Hrs) Terry starts with a breast incision and skins out the Turkey and removes the head. He degreases the bird on a wire wheel and then rinses it off and places in a soapy wash. The Turkey is then put into a tumbler. Terry shows the preparation of a urethane turkey head – dremeling out the eyes, setting the eyes and painting the head. Using a urethane body, he mounts the Turkey in a flying pose. Final positioning, pinning, carding and installing the urethane head is shown. Pinning and gluing the neck skin to the urethane head and final touches to painting the beak and head are done. 89-DVD325 ...........................................................$17
Skinning, Fleshing & Mounting a Gobbler Coming off the Roost By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Steve German Steve starts with a breast incision and skins the bird, including inverting the legs and wings and removing the flight tendon. The bird is cleaned and degreased on a wire wheel, then washed in soapy water, Coleman fuel and air dried before tumbling. The Turkey is mounted on a urethane body. Preparing the urethane head – dremeling out eyes, setting eyes and painting is shown. Attaching the urethane head, pinning, taping/carding, grooming and finish work including painting the legs and feet is done. 89-DVD393 (2 Hrs) ...............................................$17 89-DVD394 (3 Hrs) (2-Disc Set) ............................$25
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Skinning, Fleshing & Mounting a Turkey in a Special Flight Pose By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Greg Harris (2 Hrs) Greg starts with a breast incision and skins out the Turkey. He uses an incision under the wing to skin the wings out. Then degreases the bird on a wire wheel. The bird is placed in a soapy wash, once removed it is rinsed, towel dried and placed in Coleman fuel. Using a urethane body, he mounts the Turkey in a flying pose. Greg shows the preparation of a urethane turkey head – dremeling out the eyes, setting the eyes and painting the head. After the bird has been attached to a tree limb, he shows how to install the urethane head. Pinning the neck skin to the urethane head and final touches to painting around the feather line are done. He shows how to inject the legs and feet. Final touches are done to the tree limb by adding some moss and greenery. 89-DVD436 ...........................................................$17
Skinning, Fleshing & Mounting a Turkey By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Tab Hinton Tab starts skinning the Turkey with a breast incision, inverts the legs and inverts half of the wing followed by an incision under the wing to skin out the other half. The bird is cleaned and degreased on a wire wheel, then washed in soapy water, Coleman fuel and air dried. Dry Preservative is applied before placing in the tumbler. The final step is blowing off with an air compressor, then drying with a blow dryer. He removes the leg tendons, inserts the leg wires and rebuilds the drumsticks. He inserts wing wires and rebuilds the wings. The tail fan is set in place with bondo. He builds a wrap body starting with a roughly shaped chunk of foam. He inserts the body into the skin and fills out with fiber fill. The mount is then placed onto a base or limb. A freeze dried head is painted and attached to the body. *(89-DVD341 & 89-DVD345 are done with a urethane body and a urethane head) BONUS MATERIAL: Skin preparation for mounting a turkey shoulder. Full Strut . . . . . . . . . .89-DVD339 (2¾ Hrs) . . . . .$19 Full Flight . . . . . . . . . *89-DVD341 (3 Hrs) . . . . . .$20 Gobble Strut . . . . . . .89-DVD343 (2½ Hrs) . . . . .$18 Standing Tall . . . . . . . *89-DVD345 (2¾ Hrs) . . . . .$19 Gobbling on Limb . . .89-DVD347 (2¾ Hrs) . . . . .$19
Fleshing & Mounting a Wild Turkey Standing By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Greg Harris (1¾ Hrs) Greg starts with an already skinned Turkey, except for legs and wings. He shows how to use an incision under the wing to skin the wings out and how to skin the legs out. Then degreases the bird on a wire wheel. The bird is placed in a soapy wash and he explains about rinsing then using Coleman fuel and air drying. Dry Preservative is applied to the skin and then placed in a tumbler. Using a urethane body, he mounts the Turkey in a standing tall pose. Greg shows the preparation of a urethane turkey head – dremeling out the eyes, setting the eyes and painting the head. After the bird has been attached to a piece of driftwood in a base, he shows how to install the urethane head. Pinning the neck skin to the urethane head and final touches around the feather line are done. He shows how to inject and paint the legs and feet. Pinning, carding and support wires are done for the drying process. Includes natural habitat base work. 89-DVD468 ...........................................................$16
Fleshing & Mounting a Turkey in High Strut By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Greg Harris (1¾ Hrs) Greg starts with an already skinned Turkey, except for legs and wings. He shows how to use an incision under the wing to skin the wings out and how to skin the legs out. Then degreases the bird on a wire wheel. The bird is placed in a soapy wash and then rinsed. Greg then goes outside and places turkey in Coleman fuel. After air drying and blow drying the skin is tumbled for a few minutes. Dry Preservative is applied to the skin. He bondos the tail and positions it to dry. Using a urethane body, he shows how to alter the body and then mounts the Turkey in a strutting pose. The bird is then attached to a piece of driftwood in a base and he works on positioning. Pinning, carding and support wires are done for the drying process. Greg then shows how to paint a latex turkey head with Hydro-Mist paint, fills inside of head with urethane foam and attaches it to the body. He shows how to inject the legs and feet. 89-DVD527 ...........................................................$16
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Mounting & Finishing a Turkey By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Tab Hinton Tab starts with an already skinned Turkey. He removes the leg tendons, inserts the leg wires and rebuilds the drumsticks. He inserts wing wires and rebuilds the wings. The tail fan is set in place with bondo. He builds a wrap body starting with a roughly shaped chunk of foam. He inserts the body into the skin and fills out with fiber fill. The mount is then placed onto a base. A freeze dried head is painted and attached to the body. *(89-DVD342 & 89-DVD346 are done with a urethane body and a urethane head) Full Strut . . . . . . . . . .89-DVD340 (1¼ Hrs) . . . . .$14 Full Flight . . . . . . . . . *89-DVD342 (1½ Hrs) . . . . .$15 Gobble Strut . . . . . . .89-DVD344 (1¼ Hrs) . . . . .$14 Standing Tall . . . . . . . *89-DVD346 (1½ Hrs) . . . . .$15 Gobbling on Limb . . .89-DVD348 (1½ Hrs) . . . . .$15
Mounting & Finishing a Gobbling Turkey With Layered Tail & Habitat By Taxidermy Training Unlimited With Andy Campbell (2½ Hrs) Andy starts with a turkey skin (leg-to-leg incision) that has already been prepared for mounting. Complete mounting & finishing procedure includes form preparation, wiring the wings/legs, injecting the feet, painting a freeze-dried head & the legs, and includes a custom habitat. Andy also demonstrates the “Fortune Tailer”, a tool which he invented to create a beautiful layered tail. 89-AC01 (2-Disc Set) .............................................$40
Mounting & Finishing a Strutting Turkey On a Limb By Taxidermy Training Unlimited With Andy Campbell (2¾ Hrs) Andy starts with a turkey skin (leg-to-leg incision) that has already been prepared for mounting. Complete mounting & finishing procedure includes form preparation, wiring the wings/legs, injecting the feet, painting a freeze-dried head & the legs. 89-AC05 (2-Disc Set) .............................................$40
Mounting & Finishing a Strutting Turkey By Taxidermy Training Unlimited With Harry Whitehead (2¾ Hrs) Harry starts with a turkey that has already been cased skinned (leg-to-leg incision). Covers fleshing, washing, drying & preserving the skin, and then proceeds to form preparation, wiring the legs & wings, the complete mounting & finishing procedure, including injecting the feet and grooming. Video 89-HW02 Painting a Turkey Head & Feet is included. 89-HW01 (2-Disc Set) ...........................................$40
Mounting & Finishing a Turkey By Taxidermy Training Unlimited With Danny Owens Danny starts with a turkey skin (belly incision) that has already been prepared for mounting, and a pre-painted artificial head. He demonstrates how to re-create the neck using the wrapped body method, complete mounting & finishing procedure includes form preparation, wiring the wings & legs, and grooming. Also includes injecting the feet and painting the legs. Flying . . . . . . . 89-DO04 (2½ Hrs) (2-Disc Set) . . .$40 Standing . . . . . 89-DO06 (2¾ Hrs) (2-Disc Set) . . .$40
Painting a Turkey Head & Feet By Taxidermy Training Unlimited With Harry Whitehead (½ Hr) Some taxidermists have problems painting a realistic looking turkey head. The feet are also a difficult area. Harry shares his painting expertise in these two areas so that you too can produce more lifelike results in your turkey mounts. This procedure is already included in 89-HW01. 89-HW02 ...............................................................$25
Skin Mounting & Painting Turkey Heads By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Tommy Ramage (1½ Hrs) Tommy starts with a turkey head that has already been removed from the body. He makes an incision down the back of the neck to skin and flesh. He then prepares a urethane turkey head by cutting off the beak and snoot, sets the eyes and applies Ear Base where beak was cut off. After applying Hide Paste to the form, he puts the skin on, works it into place and then sews up the incision. Bill then paints two skin mounted turkey heads. He also talks about different colorations of turkey heads depending on their position and mood while showing a collection of picture clippings of Turkeys. 89-DVD118 ...........................................................$15
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Paint Schedules for Turkey Heads By Kulis Productions With Tony Finazzo (1¼ Hrs) They may seem very intimidating, but painting a turkey head with Tony’s step by step instructions, proves to be much easier, and much more fun than you might think. On this DVD, learn to paint both the North American Turkey as well as the South American Oscillated Turkey. 89-TF210 ...............................................................$33
Different Techniques Used in Setting Turkey Eyes & Painting Turkey Heads By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Bill Pierce, Greg Harris, Tab Hinton, Steve German (1 Hr) Bill, Greg & Steve show how to set eyes and paint a urethane turkey head. Tab shows how to paint a freeze dried turkey head. 89-DVD446 ...........................................................$13
How to Set Up Turkey Heads for Freeze Drying & How to Install a Freeze Dry Head By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Tab Hinton (¾ Hr) Tab goes through the process of how he prepares turkey heads for freeze drying. He prepares three heads – a strutting, a standing and a flying head. The turkey head has already been removed from the body, he then trims off some of the neck meat, but leaves the esophagus. Using a white glue solution, he injects the wattles, top of head and snoot and any other areas that need plumping. He inserts a wire up through the neck with neck material, so the head can be bent into the desired position. He sets the eyes. He then shows how to install an already freeze dried head on the body. 89-DVD161 ...........................................................$12
Painting & Installing Freeze Dried Turkey Heads By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Tab Hinton (1½ Hrs) Tab paints three different freeze dried heads with different variations in the paint scheme. Two flying heads and a strutting head. He then shows how to install the flying head onto the body. 89-DVD165 ...........................................................$15
Mounting a Turkey Tail Fan With Wings, Feet & Beard By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Tommy Ramage (½ Hr) Tommy shows how to use the turkey bun form to make a beautiful display with the turkey tail, wings, beard and feet. The parts have already been cleaned, dry preserved and dried. He covers the turkey bun and plywood backboard with material and then begins attaching the parts to the backboard. 89-DVD207 ...........................................................$11
The Turkey Shoulder Mount With Fan & Feet Displayed By Second 2 Nature Taxidermy Supply With Tab Hinton (1½ Hrs) An economic mount displaying all the Turkey’s trophy parts. Tab starts with removing the legs/feet and tail. He then continues with skinning and removing the shoulder skin. A wire wheel is used to degrease the skin. Then it is washed, dry preserved and tumbled. He injects the feet. Tab discusses how the turkey shoulder form was modified and shows how to add a new backboard into the back of the form. Everything is then attached to a panel. He also shows how to fill in any bare spots with extra feathers. He then prepares a urethane head and installs it after painting. Painting is shown on two heads. 89-DVD349 ...........................................................$15