Hunting & Wildlife
Management

Hunting & Wildlife
Management

Hunting in all forms is unethical, socially unjustifiable and ecologically disruptive. A sound environmental ethic benefits us all, and fosters respect and protection for free-living animals. From Canadian seal pups to monk parakeets nesting along the Connecticut shore to the wolves of Alaska, their rights to life and safety must be ensured.

  • Hunting —  a deceitful and unnecessary act done by humans for purely gratuitous reasons
  • Bears — face imminent threats by hunters and wildlife agencies around the country
  • Deer — constantly subjected to cruel population management techniques, such as shooting and birth control
  • Monk Parakeets — considered by some to be an “invasive species” and subjected to many government eradication efforts
  • Mute Swans — the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, without meaningful environmental impact studies on these beautiful birds, actively attempts to annihilate their populations
  • Oryx — even though an endangered species, Oryx are being shot on US hunting ranches
  • Seals — for decades Canada’s annual seal hunt results in the death of hundreds of thousands of harp and grey seals, all for the sale of their pelts
  • Tundra Swans — keep these swans fully protected from being hunted
  • Wolves — unfairly and unjustly vilified and persecuted by government agencies, ranchers, and hunters for decades, the killing of these ecologically vital and intelligent creatures should not be tolerated