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Turkey Taxidermy Mounts

All-Taxidermy is skilled in professional turkey taxidermy services, with years of experience preparing turkey specimens for a beautiful, life-like mount that shows off the bird’s tail, feathers, and detailed anatomy for a realistic display. Our turkey taxidermy mounts are museum-ready and are perfect for your cabin, living room, office, or museum exhibit. Each turkey mount in our Regal Wings Taxidermy collection demonstrates the accuracy of the bird’s anatomy, quality glass eyes, and the best materials for maximum longevity of the piece.

Our turkey mounts can come in a number of taxidermy types and designs: turkey rugs, tail fans, as a life-size mount, or as a wall mount depicting a bird in flight. Each piece is denoted by a quality grade badge. Most of these are in Excellent, Superior, or Trophy quality grade. Browse our turkey taxidermy mounts below, or call or contact us here.

Shop Turkey Taxidermy Online

As you browse our turkey taxidermy, you’ll notice our quality grades, which indicate the quality and accuracy of the piece. Our best turkey mounts will also be denoted by the Regal Wings Taxidermy logo, which means they are museum-ready mounts that can work for any exhibit, office, shop, or cabin.

Our turkey mounts are available in the following species: Eastern, Merriam, Osceola, Ocellated, and Rio. Shop various turkey species’ wall mounts, standing mounts, beards, tail fans, and more.

About the North American Turkey & Other Species

The wild turkey is a large, ground-feeding bird that is native to North America. Males are much larger than the female, and it’s characterized by its dynamic plumage, a large fanned out tail, and a distinctive snood that hangs from the top of its beak. Some of our most popular and impressive turkey mounts show off a male turkey in full strut. (A wild turkey’s strut is a courtship behavior that displays dominance and attracts hens.)

There are two extant turkey species; Meleagris gallopavo, the Eastern and Central North American wild turkey, and Meleagris ocellata, the ocellated turkey which dwells in the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico. Overall, there are several subspecies of these turkeys, which we separated out in their individual categories. These include the Eastern turkey, Rio turkey, Merriam turkey, Osceola turkey, and Ocellated turkey.

Read more here about the 5 different subspecies of North American gobblers that hunting enthusiasts can hunt.

Turkey Taxidermy FAQs

How much does it cost to get a turkey taxidermy?

Currently, our price for a turkey taxidermy mount piece are $1,195 for any pose including the standard base or limb (turkey wall mounts and standing mounts); $595 for a turkey wing, tail, or beard; and $250 for a tail/beard mount. See our price list for most up-to-date pricing.

How do you mount a turkey taxidermy?

To mount a turkey taxidermy, our taxidermists start by selecting a pose and preparing the turkey skin, ensuring it is clean and dry. We then attach the skin to a body form that matches your chosen pose. We then sew the skin onto the form, paying close attention to alignment and positioning. Once the skin is secured, we fluff the feathers to achieve a natural look. Lastly, we mount the turkey on a suitable base or wall plaque, ensuring it’s securely fastened for display.

How much does a full strut turkey mount cost?

A full strut turkey mount is a beautiful taxidermy piece to choose for your collection – currently, pricing for a full strut turkey mount cost is going to be at least $1,195+. Refer to our price list or contact our turkey taxidermists for the most accurate pricing for your bird.

What are the positions for turkey taxidermy?

There are a number of beautiful poses to choose from for your bird. These include: strutting, standing/walking, gobbling, roosting, and flying. Please note that an adult male turkey taxidermy mount with puffed up feathers and tail will take up a decent amount of space in your collection, so make sure to accommodate accordingly!

What to do with turkey before taxidermy?

When you first shoot your turkey, you’ll want to keep the bird in good shape (don’t restrain the turkey while it’s dying or you can risk damaging the bird’s wings, legs, or tail feathers) and away from direct sunlight. If you can’t get your turkey to your taxidermist right away, you’ll need to freeze it as soon as possible, within two hours. If you don’t have a freezer nearby, you’ll need to remove the turkey’s entrails in the field. Taking appropriate care of your turkey specimen during/after the shoot and freezing it right away will ensure your bird is in good condition for a taxidermy service. If you have any questions about how to properly care and freeze your bird for a turkey mount, contact us, and we can give you some tips.

More here on how to skin a turkey if you are interested in prepping the turkey for cooking. *Please note that you need to skin the turkey extremely carefully if you want to reserve your turkey for a mount. So, unless you’re highly experienced, it’s best to get the whole carcass to a taxidermist and have them handle it.

Shop Turkey Taxidermy Mounts with All-Taxidermy

All-Taxidermy is a professional taxidermy store that creates taxidermy mounts of virtually any mammal, bird, fish, or reptile with a careful eye for detail. Initially, we started out as a small, family-owned company in Wrightstown, WI, but have since grown and evolved into a large ecommerce store. Our team continues to uphold family values and we are proud to provide our clients with expert local taxidermy services as well as already crafted taxidermy pieces.

We offer competitive pricing, so contact our team with any questions you may have regarding the cost of your turkey taxidermy project. Contact us on the website or give our taxidermists a call at 888-983-3886 or contact us here.