Bird of prey,
Yes, there are several kits to choose from. Punch in taxidermy net forums for a web-site with tons of useful information. I wouldn't suggest buying a beginner kit, even if you're a beginner, for the simple fact that the kit comes with the bare essentials, and almost makes it tougher on a beginner. I would suggest getting the tools needed to do a better than average job. If your first bird turns out like crap, you might think that you're not made for taxidermy. I think anyone can do it! Go to the forum I had suggested and then punch the red button under archives and you'll find more information than you can possibly handle. By the way Vandykes' has the kit you're looking for, but I was given one by a friend who knew I did taxidermy, and when I opened it I thought I had received a gag gift! Good luck! Wings cupped, Pete
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