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Contributor of:

  • Ducks Unlimited (DU) - Ducks Unlimited is the world's leader in wetlands and waterfowl conservation.  
  • California Waterfowl Association (CWA)- Conserving California’s waterfowl, wetlands, and outdoor heritage.  
  • National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) - A national nonprofit and leader in upland wildlife habitat conservation in North America.  
  • International Game Fish Association (IGFA) – A nonprofit organization committed to the conservation of game fish.  
  • California Deer Association (CDA) – A nonprofit, wildlife conservation organization whose principal goal is to improve our California deer herds and other wildlife.  
  • Safari Club International - Safari Club International is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide.  
  • Rocky Mountain Elk Association - The Elk Foundation’s mission is to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife and their habitat.  

about Mack Cody

Mack Cody has been a taxidermist for the past 42 years. From the early age of 11, he knew he wanted to create mounts. He went out to the local bookstore and bought his first taxidermy book, from there he learned with many trial and errors. During high school he worked for a local taxidermist where he learned additional skills of the trade. Since then he started his own business and his career has taken off. Mack’s goal with every mount is to create a life like replica.

Mack mounts everything from birds, fish, small and big game. The most interesting mount he has ever created was an African Grevy’s Zebra. Do you have a rare animal? Well, Mack loves the challenge of mounting new to recreate your trophy. He will not do dogs or cats. 

In his free time, he takes advantage of every opportunity to hunt, fish, and dive. He has traveled throughout the United States as well as Mexico, Belize, and Argentina. He enjoys his annual deep sea fishing trip with his family to Baja California to catch fresh
  Tuna, Dorado, Marlin, and many other inshore and off shore fish. When he is not outdoors you can catch him in the kitchen cooking!