Noem's Wildlife Artistry
SENDING YOUR TROPHIES TO US
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SENDING TROPHIES TO US WITHIN THE UNITED STATES
CALL BEFORE YOU
Please call us before you send us a shipment so we will be expecting it and can notify you upon its arrival.
SHIPPING FROZEN ITEMS
Only send frozen wildlife on Monday next day air or second day depending on ambient temperature. Ship via UPS, FED-EX, or parcel post.
Wrap several layers of paper towels around frozen birds or small mammals before placing in a plastic bag. This will absorb condensation and aid in keeping your trophy in good condition. Lay old bath towels in bottom of bag for larger game to absorb condensation from frozen trophy.
Place in inexpensive cooler and insulate with newspaper to fill empty space. If Styrofoam cooler is used, place inside of cardboard box to protect cooler from getting crushed to pieces.
SHIPPING MIGRATORY BIRDS
Always place packing list on inside and outside of box. This is required by state and federal fish and wildlife. MIGRATORY BIRDS must have an ID tag for EACH bird with the hunters name, address, phone number, date collected, where collected, and your signature. Please use an index card for this.
SHIPPING BIRDS FROM OUTSIDE THE U.S.
All birds shipped into the US need to be sent to a USDA approved establishment. Contact us before you leave for your hunting trip for several choices to receive your birds.
SHIPPING FROM ALASKA
Valuable trophies need immediate attention and you should consider having a taxidermy studio flesh and salt your trophy so it can be shipped to us with no need of being frozen. We recommend using D&C Expediters for a reputable facility to flesh and salt your trophies.
D & C Expediters
1200 East 76th Avenue, Suite 1228
Anchorage, AK 99518
AFRICAN & FOREIGN SHIPMENTS
We have all clients shipments come directly to our tannery through ABX Forwarding Logistics to save you shipping from an import company to the tannery.
See Services We Provide for free shipping tags when hunting out of the U.S. Shipping tags need to be addressed as follows:
Advantage Fur Dressing
215 South Persimmon
Tomball, Texas 77357
c/o ABX Forwarding Logistics
Houston Intercontinental Airport
Taxidermist: Dave Noem
SHIPPING TROPHIES FROM AFRICA
When hunting in South Africa we recommend using an export company called Dip-Pack in Queenswood, South Africa. They will get all needed papers, cites permits and build your crate.
Trophy Dipping, Packing and Shipping
Post Net Suite #55
Private Bag Xl
When hunting in Namibia we recommend using Reiser taxidermy to ship your trophies home. We have seen outstanding results from both of these companies.
P.O. Box 11908
Tel & Fax: 061-264207