Sport hunting is a relaxing, exciting and educational experience for hunters of all ages. There are many claims that this type of hunting does not have beneficial results and therefore should be banned. However, there are many who do not understand the real purpose of hunting and therefore do not realize that sport hunting should not be prohibited. Education is lacking when one assumes that hunting is only recreational and leaves the damage without good.
Many benefits come from hunting not only for the hunter, but also for the natural world. Without the hunter, many breeds of animals would become overcrowded and eventually starve due to the excessive number and lower feed percentage per herd. Not only would there be an overpopulation of many animals, but there would also be a vast area of disease and killing in the herds. In nature, it is the survival of the fittest, those who are weak and old will be the first to be attacked, even by their own kind.
Hunting also offers advantages to the hunter. There are the benefits of education, by observing and studying the animals, the hunter in turn will learn how they associate with each other, their breeding and migration habits, and their behavioral tendencies. Therefore, the hunter will not only benefit from this knowledge within his hunt, but also from an understanding of the animals to be harvested when hunting. Sick or deformed animals often give the hunter a feeling of sympathy when hunting. It is unlikely that this animal will live very long and can spread its disease or malformations to other animals or during breeding. It’s easy to see why sport hunting shouldn’t be banned when you take the information from this perspective and apply it to the natural order of life.
This type of hunting also provides excitement and a chance for a relaxing connection with nature. During a hunt, the hunter often sits in silence and connects with nature. This opportunity allows the hunter to take advantage of his environment and to learn the region around him. Knowing the vegetation and crop growth rate in the area is an important step in being a good hunter. This knowledge involves the conservation of lands managed for hunting. Thanks to this land management, plant and animal life becomes more abundant and prosperous.
Sport hunting should not be prohibited for lack of knowledge on the part of the demonstrators. There are many environmental benefits for vegetation and wildlife. Animal health and the life cycle that produces from healthy wildlife are important to hunters who prove that they produce larger and stronger wildlife without harming their chances of survival. Hunting also benefits humans through the control of wildlife and predatory animals that would turn to neighborhoods if overcrowded. These dangerous animals are wolves, bears, mountain lions, coyotes and bobcats. Wildlife hunting reduces disease among wildlife and ensures better survival.