Current pelt inventory - 100% recycled (from secondhand sources, subsistence hunters, or provided by customers).
This is actually just a portion of what I have, but these are the most complete hides, which are capable for being hung from the wall.
The pelt hanger came courtesy of my dad, but is created using my own simple design. It's a piece of board cut to fit the length of my new room, with screws drilled halfway into the timber. It's then set into the wall with anchors drilled into the drywall since my room has no studs in the construction.
From left to right:
Wolf - Personal pelt. Fully mounted head for headdress.
Tails - For sale. Will be listed on Etsy.
Red Fox - Provided by customer. Made into headdress.
Coyote Capes - For customers. Will be made into taxidermied headdresses.
Mountain Lion - Personal pelt. Fully mounted head for headdress.
Deer - Sold to customer. Traditional headdress.
Brindle Coyote - To be sold. Will be traditional headdress.
Wolf - Reserved for customer. Traditional headdress.
Lynx - Personal pelt for now. Will be made into traditional headdress or fully-mounted one, depending on whether or not I can find a means to repair minor damage near ears.
Black Coyote - Former personal pelt. Will be for sale soon. Traditional headdress with thermoplastic shell backing.
Normal Coyote - Customer pelt. Traditional headdress.
Pine Marten - Boyfriend's pelts. Will eventually make something from them if I find time!
Sampson Cross Fox - Customer pelt. Will be traditional headdress.
Red Fox - Customer pelt. Will be traditional headdress.
Cinnamon Black Bear - Boyfriend's personal pelt. Fully mounted head for headdress.
ON THE BED:
Jaguar: Antique. Personal pelt. Too old to make into headdress.
Leopard: Antique. Personal pelt. Too old to make into headdress.
NOTE: I didn't kill any of these animals. If you don't like it, don't look.