6 Examples Where Hunting Helped Preserve Wildlife

In recent years regulated hunting has become a scapegoat for so-called conservation organizations.

These groups often claim that hunting is not an effective means of preservation and seek to paint sport hunters as villains when wildlife populations decline.

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And while it is true that wildlife faces increased threats around the world—primarily a result of habitat loss in the wake of burgeoning human populations, unsustainable agricultural, mining practices and a growing black market for the trade of animal parts—regulated hunting has proven to be an effective means of protecting wildlife and, most importantly, the habitat they require to survive.

Statistics don’t lie, though, and there is plenty of evidence that hunters do more than their share when it comes to the preservation of wildlife and wild places.

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