Hunting Benefits Wildlife Conservation

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The United States is home to many different big-game and small-game species of wildlife. The list ranges from the elusive racoon to the prosperous white-tailed deer, and even to the beastly grizzly bear. Since the United States government adopted the concept of conservation, due partly to the great acts of President Theodore Roosevelt, its has been our moral responsibility to protect the game species of America (Belanger). Our country provides a professional and sufficient way to guide conservation and to develop, regulate, and manage the nation's fish and wildlife resources with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, The International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, and various other conservation groups and organizations. Hunting is the pursuance and killing of wild animals for food, trade, or for sport. Hunting has been in the center of this management movement and in the heart of animal conservation. Hunting contributes greatly to the conservation and management of wildlife populations. The Anti-Hunting community views hunting as a murderous activity that hunters use simply for enjoyment (IDA). They argue that hunting may have been a necessity for the survival of early humans, but now people seek out and take animals entirely for entertainment. They say hunters pass hunting off as a “sport” to cover up the merciless act of pass-time (PETA). These in opposition say that animals suffer extended deaths and usually do not die immediately from injuries caused
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