In this week's episode of "TRCP's Conservation Field Notes," we are celebrating the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation .
Imagine living in a place where only those with wealth, land or influence were allowed to hunt. Here in the U.S. we are fortunate that the management of our hunting and fishing resources is based upon the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation.
The TRCP is celebrating the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation in this week's episode of "TRCP's Conservation Field Notes." Join Steven Rinella of the hit TV show “MeatEater” as he hunts for Himalayan tahr in New Zealand and reflects on the benefits of the North American Model.
Theodore Roosevelt believed that society at large, as well as fish and wildlife, benefits if all people have access to hunting and fishing. This important principle underlying the North American Model is often referred to as the "democracy of hunting."
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