If you’re planning a duck hunting trip or you’re going goose hunting this is a great way to tune up. It’s also an inexpensive way to teach your kids to bird hunt. “A lot of people don’t understand that that is the first key part of getting a nice bird back from the taxidermist is how the sportsman actually handles the bird while they are out in the field. A lot of birds, when they get shot, will have broken wings or will be crippled, and a lot of guys when they picked the birds up ring their neck or use a certain way to kill them. There is a certain way to kill a bird if it is crippled but the last thing you want to do is pick up a bird by the neck and ring it because all of those folders will actually fall out during the mounting process. After you kill a bird make sure that you shake off all the water, make sure you keep it in the best possible condition and after you get it home, wrap it in several bags and put it in your freezer and the quicker you can get it to the taxidermist the better.