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    the human U.S. population hunts, compared to the nearly 71.8 million people who enjoy watching wildlife is a big percentage. Based on this information the citizens need to think upon whether we should have wildlife management and hunting rules, or whether we should not. The citizens need to take into consideration when making their decisions, that the decision needs to be made based on what is in the best welfare for the animals, and who is using the land where the wildlife is. This decision not only affects the 71.8 million people that enjoy watching the wildlife, but also the six percent that hunt either for the thrill of it, or to provide food for their families. Wildlife management needs to be enforced in a higher power to fulfil all needs that have come up since 1852. Without…

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    Wildlife Management Eras

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    Over the course of the last five wildlife management eras, wildlife management methods in South Africa, the American West, and Mexico have proved successful. This is in large part due to the developing strategies and philosophies in the last three eras that helped resurrect declining wildlife populations. For example, buffalo and buffalo grasses are steadily being restored to the American plains, a stark contrast to the near extermination of them in the 1800’s. Another example in the American…

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    Throughout the history of deer hunting in the United States, management tactics have rarely been taken advantage of. However, in recent years outdoorsmen across the nation have been driven by their passion of wildlife to begin implementing new, more sustainable practices. Wildlife management in the hunting industry stems from multiple sources, whether it be the pursuit of larger antlers or simply the need to put meat in the freezer. Nevertheless, the foundation of any program remains to be the…

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    The first wildlife management era was the era of abundance (1500 – 1849), in which wild game was numerous and the mindset of the people was that of sustained harvest of foods and furs. In this time period, there was almost an entire absence of any systematic natural resource management. Only some hunting restrictions were put in place, but hunters just expanded the areas in which they hunted because the game was still plentiful and unrestricted there. There was no need for game reserves or…

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    and Wildlife Management Wildlife management has been defined as the attempt to create a balance between the needs of wildlife and that of humans (people) by adopting and using the best strategies proven by science (Fred, 2008). Wildlife management according to Potter (1973) is a unified discipline with an attempt to achieve best results. Wildlife management includes practices such as game keeping, pest control and wildlife conservation. Soule (1986) argued that wildlife conservation purposes to…

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    Reflection Paper I have never enjoyed school. I enjoy learning new things and experiencing the wonders of this world. I am a ‘hands on’ learner. If you show me how to fish, I’ll retain the knowledge much more easily than to just explain how to fish. I’m assuming, like most people I went to college right out of high school and thoroughly enjoyed the college experience. Maybe for the wrong reasons. I thought I knew what I wanted to do with my life, but was never really motivated to complete my…

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    Trophy Hunting Essay

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    Introduction The policies and laws surrounding trophy hunting remain complex, with many scientists, governments and conservationists unable to agree on best preservation and conservation practices and how they interplay with wildlife management plans such as trophy hunting. Management is especially complicated as wildlife often roam large distances and frequently move in and out of parks and protected areas making regulations in, between, and across legal and political boundaries especially…

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    for guns, but the fact remains that it 's most certainly a part of our culture in America. With this way of life there has come some opportunities that present itself in the way of economic impacts. There have been many organizations that are at the forefront, leading the charge, giving back to the environment that they promote by channeling funds to support proper wildlife conservation. The National Rifle Association, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, and National Shooting Sports Foundation are…

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    Wildlife hunting is an important scene in American history, and had a profound impact. Animal protection activities late 19th and early 20th century is the consequences of the killing of animals caused by reflection, after the social attitude towards a shift in wildlife, animal protection, but still face serious…

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    Prize Hunting has been a big dispute whether it is ethical or unethical. Animals live in our environment and help the ecosystem,yet animals are hunted everyday. We do this for our needs;food, clothes, and just for sport. Even with the mass killings of animals. They still manage to live in our environment. Many claim that killing animals is inhumane and cruel,but in certain ways, it’s not. So is hunting animals causing them to go extinct? The answer to that is no. Prize Hunting is different…

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