Where Knowledge and Friendship Meet

March 26, 2022 8am-5pm
Doubletree by Hilton on Ella Grasso Turnpike in Windsor Locks, CT

Cost- $225 which includes membership and lunch.

To reserve your spot, please send $100 deposit to Judy Bragg. Contact by phone at (802) 388-4264 or email at Jbragg65@comcast.net 


​A limited number of coyote capes may be had at an addition charge. Please inquire when sending payment.


Any questions concerning the workshop by those wanting to attend can be directed at Jerry St. Pierre 607 761-9709, Don Miller 315 506-8909, or Butch Bragg 802 388-4264 & 802 989-0277.

Material list for the workshop. Please bring the following:

 a tanned skin 

mannikin/taxidermy form

eyes and earliners

hairdryer

paintbrushes

modeling tools

flashlight

combs and small pet brushes for grooming

water spray bottle

base or attachment of some kind to hold the mount.

We will bring hide paste, Bondo, expandable foam , shampoo, extension cords , and reference.


About the Instructors


Don Miller
"My name is Don Miller from Fulton NY and have the honor of the teaching at NEAT hands on
workshop. Like many of us, my journey into taxidermy started at a young age which led me to
attend Canadaigua Community College of the Finger Lakes for their taxidermy program to
advance my knowledge. I have been competing since the mid 1980’s. Even though I have won
many awards in that time, which is great, we all compete to gain knowledge and hopefully win.
For me, the real prize is gaining and sharing ideas and techniques with my peers. I also served
as a director and vice president of our association for eight years. I am looking forward to see
everyone."


Jerry St.Pierre
"My name is Jerry St.Pierre from Vestal NY. I’ve been on the board of the United Taxidermists of New
York for the past 12 years. Along with Don Miller we will be conducting a coyote shoulder mounting
seminar with the NEAT. My Taxidermy career started almost 30 years ago. I mounted a quail. It took two
days and the legs were on backwards but I was hooked. Soon after that I began competing at State and
then National levels. I’ve won many awards over that period but the real prize was the knowledge and
guidance shared with me by many fellow taxidermists. My passion is mounting small mammals and in
March I hope to share what I’ve learned over these years."

Our 2022 March workshop  with instructors Don Miller and Jerry St.Pierre was a great success!

Shoulder Mount Coyote Workshop with Don Miller and Jerry St. Pierre​

spring Workshop details