It speaks volumes that the last entry on this forum was in last April. And last February before that. It's hard to believe that there is so little interest in the history of taxidermy. Then again it's not when it appears that the vast majority of today's practitioners only interest in the art is making money and winning ribbons. These taxidermists were once known to just about everyone who attended taxidermy conventions from the mid '70s through the mid '80s. Each made his mark and one of them has left a trail so wide even beginners can't help but stumble over it today. Can you identify them?