Hunting Heritage Foundation

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Wildlife Management based on Sound Science and that which is in the Greatest Good of the Most People in the Long Run

Wildlife resources can only be managed sustainably based on sound scientific knowledge, principles, and practices.  History has taught us many painful lessons having to do with attempting to manage wildlife based on politics or on economic gain.   In like fashion, allocating wildlife resources based on narrow special interests works counter to maintaining broad participation in hunting and a solid base of public support.

Why this is important

Sustainability of wildlife populations and habitats is essential to continue to provide the resource base upon which hunting depends.  Sustainability of hunting opportunity also relies upon an inclusive approach that embraces all people.