In America, wildlife agencies and hunters have worked cooperatively over the last century to create and maintain a stable environment for wildlife. NSSF believes it’s important to emphasize the relationship between wildlife experts, who establish and monitor regulations, and hunters, who follow those regulations and also pay excise taxes on equipment and purchase permits and licenses that support wildlife agencies’ ability to acquire and maintain land.
NSSF invites you to use the “You may be Surprised to know… hunters are a vital part of conservation” infographic to help promote a better understanding of hunting and hunters.
Feel free to share this infographic on social media and post it to your websites. View more NSSF infographics from this series at nssf.org/infographics.
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This campaign was created by the NSSF communications team working with intern Daphane Cassidy, an avid hunter and conservationist. Daphane has hunted and volunteered in South Africa, and has represented the U.S. as one of the few American Young Opinion members of The International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation at the most recent “Hunting is Conservation” general assembly in Belgium. Participating in worldwide conservation efforts and seeing the benefits of hunting first-hand, Daphane wants to foster positive understanding and relationships between the hunting and non-hunting public.