Why Is Hunting Good for the Environment?

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Currently there is a big debate as to whether hunting is good or bad for the environment. Those who propose that it is good give reasons such as the revenue generated from hunting equipment taxes and also that it controls animal population.
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Hunting can be good for the environment if a particular species is overpopulated. In some areas there are not enough predators and the population of their prey becomes to high. This
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If the deer population is too high, they damage the environment. Hunting helps keep the deer numbers down and keep them from damaging the environment.
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White-tail deer population has dramatically increased during the past 20 years. Deer damage all kinds of vegetation. This includes vegetables, fruit trees, nursery stock, foliage,
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For the environment, hunters contribute time and money in taking care and increasing the wildlife population and habitat. Their conservation efforts have increased the population of elk, turkeys, pheasant, and whitetail deer.
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