US Fish & Wildlife Inspection Service

$100.00
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Due to the strict US import and export regulations, we are only able to ship kangaroo and crocodile leather products outside the US by adhering to the US Fish and Wildlife Service export inspection procedures. We charge $100 for this service which includes preparing all paperwork and shipping to the US Fish & Wildlife Service for their $93 inspection, and the paperwork and packaging for the Service to ship on to the customer.

Due to the strict US import and export regulations, we are only able to ship kangaroo and crocodile leather products outside the US by adhering to the US Fish and Wildlife Service export inspection procedures. We charge $100 for this service which includes preparing all paperwork and shipping to the US Fish & Wildlife Service for their $93 inspection, and the paperwork and packaging for the Service to ship on to the customer.

  • More Info

    To purchase kangaroo leather or crocodile leather items online for international shipment, please follow these steps:

    1. Place the desired leather product(s) in your shopping cart.

    2. Place this service, USFWS, in your shopping cart.

    3. Check out, and during shipping select the international UPS shipping option.

    Please note:

    -- This service is charged per order, not per item. Orders for multiple leather items, shipped together, are only charged one fee.

    -- The inspection process adds about one week to the expected delivery time.

    -- The inspection fee is non-refundable.

  • Kangaroo Leather
    Kangaroo leather is by far the best leather for fine leather braiding. We offer a range of braided kangaroo leather products and supply both skins and lace, tanned in Australia by Packer Leather. Excess kangaroos are harvested in Australia under programs approved by both the Australian and U.S. Fish and Wildlife authorities.
  • Crocodilians

    The effort to save the crocodilians is the outstanding success story of the world's wildlife conservation movement. Of the 23 species all but a few are in good numbers in their native ranges, many with large farming operations providing skins and meat while helping to protect and expand wild populations. Effective programs are in place ensuring the survival of those still considered to be in a less satisfactory state. For information on this subject, and the state of individual species, we suggest the following website: Crocodilians -- Natural History and Conservation.

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