- 1. Make sure all Birds, Mammals, Reptiles, etc. are frozen solid prior to shipping.
- Very small items shipped alone may require an ice pack or dry ice placed with them.
- ( Migratory Birds - See special tagging and package marking requirements below)
- 2. Select a sturdy box or rigid cooler large enough to pack a few inches of
- insulating material (wadded newspaper, styrofoam) all the way around the frozen items.
- 3. Be sure to include mounting instructions, photos, sketches, or diagrams along with your contact info.
- 4. Always ship on a Monday via UPS or Fed Ex to avoid weekend layovers. Use express or 2nd day Air
- in warm weather or during summer months.
Our ship to address for this entire website is: Our Mailing address through Post Office :
- For UPS / Fed Ex
- World Fauna Taxidermy Studio World Fauna Taxidermy Studio
- 129 Main St. Po Box 158
- Aguilar, Colorado 81020 Aguilar, Colorado 81020
- Migratory Birds - Tagging and package marking instructions
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Requirements
- 50 CFR 20.36
- All Migratory birds must have a tag attached to each bird, signed by the hunter, stating his address,
- the total number and species of birds, and the date such birds were killed.
- You can download our Tags here: Migratory Bird Tag.pdf
- The State of Colorado also requires a hunting license number for migratory birds taken in Colorado.
- A space for this is provided on our tags for states requiring this.
- 50 CFR 20.44
- Mark the out side with the name and address of the shipper and the consignee.
- On the out side of the shipping container, mark the contents with the species and number of birds.
- (Example: 1 Mallard, 2 woodducks, 1 snow goose)