After the smell of gunpowder has subsided and the congratulatory handshakes have recognized a hunt worth remembering then the all important process of trophy preservation begins.
The process is an important one, if not more important than that of the taxidermist, as a slip-up on the front-end can cause severe damage on the back-end and the lasting memory of your experience. From the minute you lay eyes on your downed animal the clock is ticking for both skin and meat. There’s no need to panic in haste if the job at hand is done correctly, and most importantly with care.
Contact us today for more information on our hunts and feel free to mail Carl directly on firstname.lastname@example.org with your specific safari requests or quotes. We look forward to hearing from you and sharing a campfire in Africa.