Outdoors

Hunters post a sign of the times

Making a point about hunters, birdwatchers and wetlands conservation. (Courtesy photo)
Making a point about hunters, birdwatchers and wetlands conservation. (Courtesy photo)

CONSERVATION — Behind the words on the sign is a tradition of hunters and anglers paying billions of dollars in license fees, federal duck stamp fees and excise taxes on their hunting and fishing equipment to fund wildlife conservation efforts.

Most other recreation groups contribute little or nothing in comparison.




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