Hunt Eat Live Outdoors represents the most basic form of why we hunt. We HUNT to EAT and eat to LIVE.
Here at Hunt Eat Live Outdoors we are firm believers in wildlife and land conservation and are committed to reinvesting a portion of all profits to wildlife management programs and public hunting land cleanup.
Why hunting matters:
Hunters contribute more than $1.6 billion towards conservation programs annually making them the top contributors.
Since the early 1900's Elk populations in North America have risen from 41,000 to over 1,000,000.
Since the early 1900's Whitetail Deer populations have risen from 500,000 to over 32,000,000.
Since the early 1900's Wild Turkey populations have risen from 100,000 to over 7,000,000.
Since the 1950's Pronghorn populations have risen from 12,000 to over 1,100,000.
Through state licenses and fees, hunters pay $796,000,000 per year for conservation programs.
Source: Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation