NEWS ABOUT HUNTING AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
Plant and animal species are disappearing at an ever faster rate due to human activity. What are the causes and why does biodiversity matter?
Natural habitats are threatened because their economic value is based on unsustainable use. To preserve them and protect them, their economic value needs to be transformed to a sustainable use.
While the debate in Washington regarding the best way to conserve wildlife continues, animal rights groups stoke the fires of emotionalism surrounding H.R. 4804, cultivating an irrational hatred for hunters on social media pages.
Our desire to tell hunting stories is an instinct that sits deeply in us. Through stories we convey values, teach moral lessons, entertain, pass on family and cultural traditions and communicate tacit knowledge.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation allocated more than one million dollars in funding to further elk-related scientific research in 2019.