After the liberation, Leo continues the business, together with his son Jac. The company was taken over in 1948 by son Jac, who subsequently extended it into a taxidermy trading company. Especially the relationship with the American company Jonas Bros Europe does not harm Bouten. Business is going well, until the protests against hunting and the use of animal skins increase. The Dutch legislation is being tightened. The taxidermists have to join forces and thanks to Jac Bouten, the Dutch Taxidermy Association (NVP) has been established. The future of the entire industry has been secured.
Maurice, generation four, has been working in the studio since 1991. The example of experience and skill goed from generation to generation, from father to son. Maurice also learns the tricks from the trade from Perr Lynn, a talented young Norwegian taxidermist. Maurice wins great prices and achieves the status of Dutch champion, European champion and an excellent first place in the World Taxidermy Championship.