You will not find any surprise deer head judges here, but many of the mysteries that regulate, cultivate and manage our sustainable wild deer populations can certainly be addressed by the taxidermy industry on the grandest of scales as well. This is one of the many places in which our concerns as taxidermists can be voiced, heard and acted upon. Most importantly, it is WE who can teach these wildlife professionals more about the modern techniques of our profession than they ever imagined can be learned - because many of them are our clients as well! Imagine an ongoing seminar of a team of taxidermists actually preparing and mounting an elk, deer, caribou or moose on location in the lobby. The only question we should be asking these excellent professionals is this; "What can our industry do to help you help us?" Yet, it is understood that all our current taxidermist's organizations can't afford the man power or financial resources it requires to send representatives to gatherings such as this; http://www.deerbiologycongress.org/ In my opinion, "CAN'T" really means one does want to bad enough. If we don't take the time now for concerns such as this, other well organized groups will certainly help take away our rights as taxidermists. It shouldn't take an African lion named Cecil, to let us know that there's a wolf at our door.