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10/27 The Basics of Taxidermy with Alex Krohn

Presented by the Kenneth S. Norris Center for Natural History and the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 | 1 p.m.
Register for link to Zoom Webinar
Note: This program contains footage of a dissection.

Learn what you need to know to dive into taxidermy as a hobby. During this webinar event, Alex Krohn will share the basics of preserving animals, the laws surrounding the process in California, and an overview of necessary tools, before then diving into an example on an Acorn Woodpecker specimen.

Image of Alex Krohn smiling with a frog on his finger.

Alex Krohn is the Assistant Director of the Kenneth S. Norris Center for Natural History at UC Santa Cruz. While he is a reptile and amphibian specialist, he loves helping connect people with all aspects of nature, both in the museum and across the natural lands of Santa Cruz County.