Summary: The Economic Benefits Of Hunting

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Hunting ,a passion and a life style , the most famous hobby ,an innate thing in our souls , you may not be a hunter but you should raise a part of hunter soul, you were born to do that, in addition responsible hunting have countless benefits, three general benefits abbreviate hunting goals, economic ,environmental and conservation benefits ,and benefits on health and human soul and mind. At the beginning ,hunting have many economic benefits where it supports all economy sectors ,were the hunting kit which is mandatory for each hunter(rifle,shotguns,bags,pouches,braclets,scopes,cartridge,knives,camping supllies,4*4 vehicles , fuel , food ,drinks ,and a countless list of what hunters may use in their trips ),which mean that hunter support …show more content…
A 2011 study found that outdoor exercise was decreases in tension, confusion, anger and depression when compared to indoor activity. And a 2010 study found that even just five minutes of exercise in a green space can improve mood and self-esteem so what if you spend more than a week in the open areas, hunting is a perfect psychiatric treatment, add to all that the objective of hunting is to bring home prey meat were its rich in protein free of fat because meat from an animal is only going to be as good as the food that it consumes. Therefore, meat from wild animal that eat natural foods is healthier than agricultural raised meat, it eats a diet that is mostly grass contains a greater variety of vitamins ,meat from deer and elk meat both are low in fat. Game birds, such as partridge and pheasants and game such as rabbit all are lean meats, meaning they have less fat too. To the surprise of many, hunting is a primarily mental sports. Experienced marksmen think sport shooting is 90% were it increase the mental discipline Hunters often reveal that being in nature provides time to clear the mind. In the woods, there is no rush, no schedule, and no deadlines; nature moves at its own pace. This is very therapeutic and counter-balances the rush that most people feel in their day-to-day lives. Hunting also offers a unique opportunity to interact with the natural world that is not

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