Some Shane Mahoney Inspiraton

by Nov 3, 2020Wildlife Conservation

Some Shane Mahoney Inspiraton

Yes, this is an older video but the message still rings true; “…they have concluded, in agreement with us, that yes, sportsmen and women and the activity of hunting, done in a sustainable manner operates as a conservation mechanism the world over…” 

On this polarizing election day, let’s focus on what we can agree on.  Conservation efforts, traditions, and the importance of understanding and working for social and biological carrying capacities for all animals in an effort to maintain the resource for generations to come. 

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