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Basic information about furbearers, the management of them and their use in the North America today. The benefits of managing our furbearing wildlife are significant.  The Regulated Trapping,  Reading Materials and FAQ's sections provide you with additional insight.

Quick Facts

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There are more wild furbearers in the United States today than there was 100 years ago.

 

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Government quotas and strict conservation practices keep wildlife, including furbearers, at optimum levels.

 

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There are no furbearing animals in the United States or Canada which are endangered or threatened by fur harvesting today.

 

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Millions of North Americans depend on fur harvesting for their livelihood. These people have a vested interest in protecting the natural environment.  

 

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Natural fur, used in coats and other garments, is a renewable resource.

 

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Nothing is wasted in the production of a wild fur garment. Furbearers provide food, organic fertilizer, medicines, and other biodegradable products.

 

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Conversely, synthetic materials exhaust our limited supply of oil and other non-renewable resources.

 

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Sound wildlife management programs ensure the necessary supply of natural wild fur for today's needs and those of tomorrow

 

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