Hi All. I will be attempting my first bird mount, a Northern Hawk Owl (I am not in the US and I have the required permits). It was legally given to me by a raptor rehabber as its been thawed and refroze a few times, so they weren't sure if its good for taxidermy but figured it would be a good learning experience regardless. My questions are: Do I remove the wingbone past the bend of the wing? A previous video I've watched said to do this, and just fill with fiberglass yarn and heavy wire after. If not, Im assuming I have to skin down to the tip (detaching the secondaries?) and remove the meat and pad it up again. Same with the leg bones, do I remove at the at the knee joint, leaving the lower leg, etc. in the leg? As for posing, I am wanting to do the owl doing a landing, wings spread. I have my mount which I've made ready to go, just wanted to collect any last minute tips from the experts before I get started Thanks!