Creative Whitetails is owned and operated by Dean Ursitti of Laplata Md. and has been in business for over 28 years. Dean has taken whitetail taxidermy to the highest level.
Creative Whitetails specializes in custom taxidermy with extreme attention to detail and realism. Using cutting edge technology, and the highest quality materials assures you, the client, ends up with a piece of art that will be cherished for years to come
Dean has competed at World, National, Regional and State levels and has won the following awards:
3rd in World - 2003 World Taxidermy Championships
National Champion - 2001 National Taxidermists Association
Award of Excellence - 2001 National Taxidermist Association
3 Time Eastern Regional Champion
2 Time Breakthrough Award Winner
1st Place QDMA - Grand Masters Whitetail Competition
6 - Judges Choice- Best of Show Awards
4 - Peoples Choice Awards
RMEF - Best Whitetail in a Natural Setting Award (2 years in a row)
Distinguished Taxidermist Award - Maryland Taxidermist Association
We know what your trophy means to you and we strive to get your mount back to you within the quickest time possible. Although we cut no corners in our process, rest assured that your trophy is handled with the upmost care and in a timely manner.
All Whitetail, Mule and Sika deer are professionally tanned in house which means your trophy never leaves our studio.
11950 Provident Dr. Laplata, Md. 20646
Evenings Mon - Fri
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Creative Whitetails strives to produce the highest quality taxidermy with superior service and craftsmanship - the end result will show in your custom mount. Every piece of art that leaves the studio is guaranteed to last a lifetime!
Creative Whitetails Taxidermy proudly supports our active and veteran military personnel and offers a discount to show our appreciation!
Dean offers one on one whitetail deer taxidermy instruction tailored to meet your skill level. Whether your a beginner or want to increase your competition scores Dean can help you grow your potential in: Reference interpretation, anatomy placement, competition techniques, open mouth work, molding and casting of your own original open mouth parts.