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Hunting For Conservation: Sportsmen Play Key Roll In Preserving Habitat

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A dog stands guard as two hunters take aim inside a lake-side blind. 				- photo by Thomas Rollins Photography
A dog stands guard as two hunters take aim inside a lake-side blind. - photo by Thomas Rollins Photography

submitted by Clifftop Hunters are among the most ardent conservationists. Theodore Roosevelt, the founder of the National Wildlife Refuge System and a hunter himself, acknowledged it. “In a civilized and cultivated country, wild animals only continue to exist at all when preserved by sportsmen,” the 26th president of the United States said years ago.  “Hunters …

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