About 14 million Americans hunt, and those who do, support it passionately—to say nothing of the billions of dollars hunters have contributed to conservation. One of the threats to this age-old activity comes from the Humane Society of the United States. HSUS CEO Wayne Pacelle has said, “We want to stigmatize hunting, we see it as the next logical target and we believe it is vulnerable,” and has called hunters being injured by wildlife a “rare instance of justice.” Even if you don’t like hunting, that’s not very humane.
He’s a 60-second video of what hunters should know about HSUS. Don’t hunt? That’s OK: We’ll be doing more for other groups, too.