Fewer Hunters, Less Wildlife: Hunting Decline Endangers Species Preservation Funding

The decline in hunting over the past decade endangers wildlife preservation funding, which comes largely from hunting licenses and taxes on firearm, bows and the like. Hunters team up with environmentalists to find ways to sustain funding for wetlands preservation, endangered species protection, and other state and federal programs designed to maintain and expand natural habitats. Will anti-hunting activists, concerned for animal suffering, figure out that there are worse ways to die? Will they pony up the cash to cover the funding shortfall?

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