Hunting Ethics


Hunting has a complicated relationship and history with conservation.  Hunting has contributed significantly to the promotion of conservation, including, for example, the promoting and protection of waterfowl habitat.  Hunting has also created its share of conservation crises, including, for example, the extirpation of wolves throughout large portions of North America.  The future role of hunting in conservation is very much contested and undetermined.  Its eventual role will shape the very meaning of conservation

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