Hunting regulations

Why BC hunters are willing to pay for better wildlife management

New research presented by Jesse Zeman, Executive Director, B.C. Wildlife Federation

Funding, staffing levels, and science for fish and wildlife conservation in British Columbia are all in decline as a proportion of the provincial budget. Fish and wildlife populations are also in decline in the province, and this decline is felt especially by people who hunt and fish.

This research looks at resident hunters’ preferences and willingness-to-pay for changes in the moose populations, governance, where hunting license fees go, and how often hunters can go hunting for moose across the province of British Columbia.



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