Bird hunting has very many benefits to the environment, the birds and the bird population, and it is hence an important facet of wildlife conservation. If done legally, properly and taking proper consideration of the bird populations and the breeding season. Bird hunting is very beneficial towards population control, and thus keeping birds from depleting the resources of a particular area. When done scientifically, bird hunting will prevent a certain species from overpopulating an area. This leads to a healthier ecosystem and a bird population which can be sustained by the resources available. Bird hunting leads to less pressure on crops, the environment as well as maintaining a healthy balance on the ecosystem. Bird hunting also removes the less appropriate birds from a breeding population, and only the toughest and smartest birds producing future generation. In bird hunting, nothing goes to waste except the bones.
Bird hunting also helps to encourage bird conservation in the longer term. Hunters are careful not to over hunt birds, so as to ensure there is always a good population for future sport. Thus, bird hunting leads to better bird conservation through proper regulations and hunting programs. In addition to this, bird hunting done on conserved land helps to support other species such as butterflies, turtles as snakes, a cleaner environment as well as funding the purchase of large amounts of land for public use and conservation. Bird hunting also has a good impact on the economy, by providing organic, unrestricted food. This reduces the money spent on food, leads to a healthier population, as well as providing an economy with resources. Bird Hunters spend a substantial amount of money on equipment, trips, as well as taxes, creating jobs, tax opportunities as well as great tourism opportunities. Bird hunting also provides foods for the needy families, when the meat hunted is distributed to food banks among the neediest populations.
Bird hunting also encourages people to have a healthier lifestyle. By spending a day hunting, one will reduce their stress, improves their physical well being, improve one's self esteem as well as spending quality time with their friends and family. Bird hunting can be done by virtually anyone, as long as they get a license, and there are even special hunts for people with disabilities and special needs. Thus, bird hunting leads to happier people, who are more fit and self-confident. In addition, bird hunting provides a great opportunity for great life lessons to be passed from one generation to another, mentoring, creation of stronger relationships among family and friends, as well as a stronger awareness of the special relationships that we share with the outside environment, wildlife and other humans. This enables us to play a bigger role in the conservation and care of the environment. Bird hunting is encouraged for the companies who want to engage their employees in team building efforts, since it promotes team bonding and sharing. In conclusion, bird hunting, when done properly, has many benefits to the environment, the economy, the human population and wildlife conservation. It should be encouraged.