USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- The notion of hunting ethics may conjure up different meanings among hunters and non-hunters alike, and with hunting season beginning in earnest this month, sharing some thoughts without getting too deep in the weeds seems worthwhile. In a nutshell maybe it’s as simple as hunting in a manner in which hunters can be proud beyond following regulations, although that’s a good place to start.
Hunters make up a very small percentage of adults in the United States – only about 5 percent. Although support for hunting remains high among the population, it behooves all of us to reflect upon the successful American conservation model that has returned so many wild animals to today’s sustainable use.
Hunters pay for the privilege to manage game animals, and without them, we’d all have to find the means to control wildlife in decreasing available land. Paying sharpshooters has its price. And, any hands-off approach, which would allow Mother Nature to take its course, would mean needless suffering and starvation among wildlife species.
As with any management strategy, there’s always room for improvement, so here goes.
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