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Dwayne showing the class how the
pheasant can have "curled" wing tips!

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June 12, 2009  |  Artisan

ATAA Hands On Pheasant Seminar

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put on regarding hands on Seminars. Contact your Regional Director and let them know what you think!


Special Thanks to our friends at the ATAA for making this seminar a success for all!


Thank you Kerby Ross for the Photo Contributions!

Manny Chavez and Dwayne Miller of the UTA came to the Arizona Taxidermy Artists Association (ATAA) annual convention in Phoenix, Arizona and put on a 2-day HANDS-ON pheasant seminar. The UTA provided the birds for the seminar. One participant brought a customer's pheasant to mount. Two of the participants had never mounted anything prior to this seminar!


This seminar at a state show is definitely a TREND SETTER! Nothing but positive comments were received from the participants. And Manny and Dwayne were great in their patience in teaching this seminar, showing the participants how to do it, then allowing the
participants to do it. A GREAT learning process.


​The UTA plans on adding more hands on seminars to the agenda and would like to hear form you as to what YOU would like the UTA to 

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