Biden Names Members of Newly Created ‘Hunting and Wildlife Conservation Council’

Biden Names Members of Newly Created 'Hunting and Wildlife Conservation Council'
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The Biden administration has named 18 members of the newly created “Hunting and Wildlife Conservation Council” to advise the federal government on issues related to hunting, fishing, habitat conservation, and shooting sports.

The U.S. Departments of the Interior and Agriculture selected individuals representing a variety of interests and industries, including waterfowl, pheasants, archery, mule deer, ranching, and Tribal resource management.

“Hunters, anglers, and outdoor enthusiasts have some of the deepest connections to wildlife and form the bedrock of habitat conservation efforts,” Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland said in a press release. “I look forward to working with the Council as we advance efforts to expand access to the great outdoors, address climate change, and safeguard the wildlife and health of the natural systems that supply our food, water, and other resources. This kind of engagement is at the heart of the America the Beautiful initiative and the…

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