You've bagged a 10-point buck on your latest hunting trip and you're excited to hang it above the mantel. Looks like it's time to call your local taxidermist.
Hunting animals for sport or food and displaying a preserved part of their bodies as a souvenir is called hunting trophies. To some, trophy hunting is an important wildlife conservation tool, while for others it’s just slaughtering animals for fun. Take our quiz to learn more about hunting trophies. See more »
Game animals are hunted for sport or food. Transporting dead game home, like hunting itself, is highly regulated. You need to have both a license to hunt and a transportation permit to carry your harvested game, which also requires stringent safety measures to avoid the risk of spreading disease. Take our quiz to learn more about transporting harvested game. See more »