Hunting is ‘slowly dying off,’ and that has created a crisis for the nation’s many endangered species
Funding for conservation areas is in danger. "In Wisconsin, a $4 million to $6 million annual deficit forced the state's Department of Natural Resources to reduce warden patrols and invasive species control. Michigan's legislature had to dig into general-tax coffers to save some of the state's wildlife projects." Writing in The Washington Post, Frances Stead Sellers reports.
From The Washington Post