Some of my trophy room....

MTGunner

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I like the murals behind the animals, nice touch to an impressive display of wildlife.
 

Kiwi

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Awesome trophies! The New Zealand mounts look fantastic, but the Mountian goat is my favourite.
 

MTGunner

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Quite frankly the most memorable hunt was the African hunt with our one and only grandchild Aidan. He is pictured with his Impala. This was the first animal that he ever took. My wife of 48 yrs. has been on many of these hunts. Not the mountain goat hunt as she wanted nothing to do with the heights.
I have been fortunate to enjoy many a season and look forward to more. We will travel back to NZ June 2020 with our grandson. His high school graduation present. His bucket list includes a red stag, fallow deer, arapawa sheep and some wallabies. Mine is brief as I want a fallow deer and a pair of paradise ducks for my waterfowl wall. MTG
 

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Great collection!! I especially like the murals behind your Goat and NZ mounts.
 

devon deer

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Quite frankly the most memorable hunt was the African hunt with our one and only grandchild Aidan. He is pictured with his Impala. This was the first animal that he ever took. My wife of 48 yrs. has been on many of these hunts. Not the mountain goat hunt as she wanted nothing to do with the heights.
I have been fortunate to enjoy many a season and look forward to more. We will travel back to NZ June 2020 with our grandson. His high school graduation present. His bucket list includes a red stag, fallow deer, arapawa sheep and some wallabies. Mine is brief as I want a fallow deer and a pair of paradise ducks for my waterfowl wall. MTG
And then a Roe Buck!
Good luck in NZ
Cheers
Richard
 
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