The Problems We Face

Most threats to wildlife conservation come from damage to habitat or excessive wildlife harvesting (poaching) that cannot be controlled. More and more, however, wildlife also is threatened when hunters and non-hunters, both conservation-minded, fight each other instead of working as allies. So long as uninformed emotion and outrage are allowed to sway policy-makers and interfere with sound conservation practices, “poll politics” will prevail. Effective, sustainable wildlife conservation relies on science, experience, ethics and logic; and effective conservation leadership must communicate these values to the public.

Conservation Frontlines seeks to spark conversations, shift perspectives and inspire new ideas.

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