The overwhelming majority of funding for wildlife (in the United States) comes from taxpayers — the vast majority of whom do not hunt. Pittman/Robertson? That’s an excise tax on firearms and ammunition — not a ‘hunting tax.’ Seventy percent of gun owners in the United States do not hunt and that number is going up every year. State hunting license fees go mostly toward keeping the game species preferred by hunters — deer, elk, turkey, grouse, etc. — at an overpopulated level so there are plenty for hunters.
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