Hunting And Wildlife Conservation Go Hand In Hand

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It’s a brisk November morning like any other day, but today isn’t any other day, today is the first day of firearm deer season. Shots are going off everywhere like world war three declared on deer. I’m wrapped in every hunting garment I own but winters cold embrace always finds its way in. My cheeks are rosy red and my breath was thick in the air. As I raise my shotgun and pull the trigger, my heart races and my hands shake. As I race after my prize, the sounds of leaves crunching beneath my feet are muffled by the ringing in my ears. I’m walking face to the ground like a hound on a trail and then my eyes caught it, my very first whitetail. I will never forget my first deer and the joy I felt sharing it with my family. Hunting is a passed down tradition for my family and friends. Throughout the world, millions of people participate in the spoils and adventure of the hunt. Hunting has been a pastime since the beginning of man. Hunting is one of those things either you like or you don’t like. It’s hard to explain the joys of hunting ,because it’s something one must experience for his self. Hunting does have laws and regulations you have to abide by. Are hunting regulations benefiting the hunter or the animal? This paper will discuss some of the regulations and laws, types of game, disadvantages of regulations, the pros of regulations, poachers, and ways to preserve wildlife and there habitat.

To hunt in the state of Illinois one must obtain a green card from the hunters safety course. Then they need to buy a hunting license for whatever county they hunt in. When firearm hunting by yourself you also need a Foid card, or literally, a Firearms owner identification card. You also need tags for the animal you are going to harvest or just know the bag limit of said animal. When hunting on property you yourself don’t own you need to have permission from the land owner. Do not leave gates open or mess with livestock. Leave everything as it was or how the farmer tells you to leave it. When you are hunting deer with a firearm or your just in the woods during firearm season you must wear blaze orange . Deer hunters can only harvest two bucks a year and as many does they want as long as they have tags. If the buck has antlers three inches or less you can stick a doe tag on it ( In some rare occasions does can have antlers and if harvested one must put a buck tag on the deer, if its antlers are bigger than three inches. Albino deer cannot be shot, but pieball deer can. In Illinois you can use a pistol, muzzleloader, shotgun, bow or crossbow to take down a whitetail. All of them have certain calibers and weight that are legal to shoot a deer with. A pistol needs to be at least a .38 caliber. A shotgun can’t be smaller than a 20 gauge and use a slug. An archer must be pulling a weight of forty pounds at least to shoot a deer. There is no deer rifle hunting in Illinois. A hunter should be a certain distance away from a...

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