Skulls: The weird and wonderful world of taxidermy
October 29 @ 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm
In this hour-long discussion, hobby taxidermist Chloe Kirkland will give you a peak into the world of skulls and taxidermy. We will discuss topics like how to clean skulls, rules and regulations in the GTA surrounding collecting specimens, how to read the clues on a skull to tell you more about the animals’ life – also known as pathology, skull anatomy, hybrids and much more.
Sunday, October 29; 4:15-5:15
TBG Member $ 11, Public $15 (plus applicable taxes and fees)
About Chloe Kirkland
In addition to being a plant specialist, Chloe is a TBG seasonal horticulturalist, for the past nine years Chloe has been a hobby taxidermist. During that time, she has built a personal collection which she loves to share. Specimens include plains zebra skull, a black bear, and a coyote wolf hybrid!
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Registration Deadline: Friday, October 27, 6 p.m.