The Florida Alligator was removed from the endangered species list in 1987 and since 1988, Florida’s statewide alligator harvest has been recognized both nationally and internationally as a model program for the sustainable use of this valuable natural resource. Over 1 million alligators inhabit Florida’s lakes, rivers, swamps and marshes and due to very strict management practices the wild alligator populations are heavily monitored and the instances of alligator poaching has decreased. These efficient and successful programs are funded by licensing fees paid by alligator farmers, hunters and trappers.
I have several professionally tanned alligator hides, from 4 feet to 12.67 feet in stock. I currently have twelve colors available with three additional at the tannery. These hides are ready for any of your leather needs.
For current prices on hides in stock, check the store.