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The UTA grew from the need for unity and professionalism within the taxidermy industry.  In art, unity occurs when all of the elements combine to make a balanced, harmonious, complete whole.  The UTA creates that unity, a place for all individuals to come together for the betterment of the industry and those that support it.

It’s no coincidence that the UTA starts with You!  Be a part of the most positive new force in taxidermy.  Join the United Taxidermist Association today.  www.unitedtaxidermyassociation.com

June 19, 2017  |  Board of Directors

We Stand Together

The United Taxidermist Association is an international organization with thousands of members worldwide.  We have no boundaries.  Our vision is to unite, promote, and champion the needs of taxidermists and those that support and strengthen us where ever we are. 

Ken Edwards - Honorary Lifetime Member

helpful style are endurable markers for the “Edwards Way”.  His example, personal conduct and ever present helpful manner make him one of our industry’s remarkable leaders. Ken’s work to ensure taxidermy and those that honor it are presented in the best light and with the highest respect will be a lasting legacy for our industry. 


On behalf of the United Taxidermist Association and its members – Thank you. 

The United Taxidermist Association Board of Directors bestows Lifetime Honorary Memberships on special individuals who have made extraordinary and enduring contributions to the UTA and to our profession. 

At its June 2017 meeting, the United Taxidermist Association Board of Directors unanimously voted to award Ken Edwards its third Life Time Honorary Membership with all associated rights and privileges in the United Taxidermist Association.  

In making its decision, the Board recognized Ken for his consistent excellence in the industry and for his continuous dedication and support to the UTA.  He has faithfully served our profession, being a voice of reason during times of difficulty and a positive catalyst for the taxidermy industry worldwide.  

Ken’s dedication and perseverance to maintain one of taxidermy’s most available and used communication posts, his even handed dealings with controversial issues and absolute loyalty to an industry of intellectually independent people easily makes him a true ethical leader for our many colleagues to emulate.  Ken’s quiet manner and always