Description: Here is a little fun clip of the amazing wildlife at Lexington Country Club. The course backs up to a preserve and as you can see, alligators like to visit the golfers passing by. If the gators become an issue, you can have them trapped and removed, but sadly once they are over four foot, they don't relocate them- they terminate them. This is why its so important to NEVER feed an alligator. Once a gator is fed by a human, all they know is HUMAN=FOOD. I worked on this course for over 9 months and I fell in love with filming them. The big ones are the least impressed with my drones. The jumpy little guy was always the most active. I saw him every time I was out there. If you pay close attention, you can see how he gets a little bigger from the sandy clip, to the clip where he jumps in the water. He was the smallest of all of them and I made sure to always keep my distance. My drone, and myself! HAHA! Once, on hole 2, there were THREE alligators on one single Par 4! Fun fact: Did you know that the measurements in inches from the tip of the gators nose to its eye is how many feet in length the gator is. So, if it's 6 inches from the nose to its eye, the gator would be 6 feet in total length. Chomp on that info! The last gator in this short film was massive. I actually thought it was a piece of debris sitting on the edge of the lake. I was shocked how large he was! Sit back and enjoy the Florida wildlife!