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Central New York Turkey Taxidermy

There are many turkey taxidermy shops located in the state of New York but the one we will be focusing on is located within the Leatherstocking region of New York State. Cliffords Taxidermy has been providing turkey taxidermy services to New York turkey hunters for over two decades now. Located near Cooperstown, NY in Otsego County, Cliffords Taxidermy is the place to go to when it comes to all your turkey taxidermy needs.

Cliffords Taxidermy services all of Otsego County and provides turkey taxidermy services to those who live and turkey hunt in Chenango, Herkimer, and Delaware counties of New York State. This includes the townships of Oneonta, Mount Vision, Edmeston, Morris, New Berlin, Cooperstown, Hartwick, Maryland, Exeter, West Winfield, Richfield Springs, Garrattsville, Otego, Laurens, and many more within the community.

Other taxidermy services provided by Cliffords Taxidermy include big and small game taxidermy, deer taxidermy, bear taxidermy, fish taxidermy and bird taxidermy. Cliffords Taxidermy also provides animal hide tanning, both hair on and hair off.

Turkey Taxidermy prices are not listed on Cliffords Taxidermy website but the average central New York taxidermy price range on deer heads is in the $600 range.  Bear heads are also in the $600 range. European mounts averaged $300. Turkey taxidermy anywhere in New York State is usually within $600 to $800. Average fish taxidermy prices in New York are anywhere from $18 to $25 per inch.

Average return time on most taxidermy mounts from Cliffords is 12 to 14 months. Cliffords Taxidermy uses nothing but the best when it comes to taxidermy supplies and manikins. They take no short cuts or cut costs just to get your trophy out the door.

So if you’re turkey hunting in central New York this season and need central some turkey taxidermy services why not give Cliffords Taxidermy a call at 607-431-8350

By CJ Herring

CJ Herring has been practicing taxidermy for 22 years and resides in the hills outside of Cooperstown, New York. A crippling and disabling brain tumor took control of his life in early 2018. In 2019 CJ took a major turn for the worse and was diagnosed with Acromegaly and underwent brain tumor removal in 2020. CJ also suffers from end stage Osteoarthritis from the hips down. CJ continues to write about taxidermy and still manages the day to day operations of the Taxidermy Lab Facebook group.