You love to hunt, but there aren't many open, public lands where you can do so. Perhaps a hunting preserve is for you. Hunting preserves are parcels of land licensed by their respective states to offer hunting for a fee. You can choose a commercial or a non-commercial preserve. Take this quiz to learn more about hunting preserves.
What is the typical duration of the hunting season offered in hunting preserves?
What is the legal status of non-commercial hunting preserves?
limited liability corporation
How large is the hunting business?
$5 billion a year
$10 billion a year
$20 billion a year
How do wild animals benefit from hunting preserves?
They get a wilderness refuge.
They get to hunt fellow animals.
They get to play with humans.
What is a major complaint of non-hunters regarding hunting preserves?
snobbish behavior of hunters
costly bag and tag fees
size of the land
Which among these is a traditional hunter safety program?
2-H shooting sports program
3-H shooting sports program
4-H shooting sports program
Which among these is considered a nice perk in hunting preserves?
The facility staff cleans your catch.
You can stay hidden from the authorities.
You can use a machine gun to shoot animals.
What kind of all-in-one feature is offered by many hunting preserves?
for shooting all animals
for arranged transportation, lodging and meals
entry for hunters and non-hunters
Which of these things can you also do in a hunting preserve?
What is the size of the hunting preserve business in the U.S.?
What positive skills do hunting preserves teach young people?
animal butchering skills
gun control skills
What is the operation to get cranes and geese home during migration popularly known as?
Operation Desert storm
Which of these species of crane was brought back from the brink of extinction?
Which of these places is a hunting preserve crucial for the survival of cranes in the U.S.?
What type of hunting preserve is important for the survival of certain other species?
hunting preserves located near cities
large hunting preserves
hunting preserves located on migration grounds
What is it called when a hunting preserve uses fences to contain prey?
Who among these accidentally shot a man while hunting in a preserve?
Which of these organizations offers outdoor adventures for the terminally ill and disabled children?
What percentage of hunters in the U.S. hunt on private lands?
Which of these is the mad cow disease version for deer and elk?