Managed Wildlife is Quality Wildlife
In today’s world we are engulfed by animal rights activists, PETA members, and other “do-gooders” that are under the impression that hunters are ruining our wildlife. Little do they know, hunters actually contribute a huge deal to wildlife preservation, a lot more than their big solar-powered houses and protest signs. Urbanization is the leading cause of threatened and endangered species, accounting for nearly 54 percent, whereas legal hunting is accounted for zero percent. Hunters spend more time, money, and effort on wildlife conservation than any other group in society.
What the community really needs to be informed of is what organizations like Idaho State Bowhunters has done for wildlife management, along with the Idaho Fish and Game. Without the efforts of these great organizations we would see populations of animals dwindle and diminish. It is thanks to outreach of this foundation and the collaborative efforts of several more that enable us to support Wildlife Diversity Programs and many other programs to provide for sound wildlife management.