The way we treat animals is part of the reason we have so many species of wildlife. The way we manage them is another part that contributes to the problem.
Here’s the simple answer to your question: We manage them with our land, by using it to raise them, to kill them, or to use them in ways that help us get to our goal of using them to help us.
You should probably get an academic degree in animal management rather than wildlife management. I think the latter is a better title.
A quick lesson in Animal Management 101: Animals with free will and a desire to live their lives naturally are more likely to live up to their potential than those that are “controlled” by humans. The same goes for animals that have a well-documented aversion to humans. In other words, if you want to use an animal to help you achieve your goals, you better have their agreement.
I think that was a pretty good lesson. The only animal with free will is the one that is going to be controlled from the get go. Animals that are born and live their lives in captivity are more likely to become more destructive than those that don’t. The same goes for those animals that have a well-documented aversion to humans.
I don’t know about you, but I am a strong believer in the freedom of animals to be as destructive as they want to be. In fact, I would say that we should take the power to manage the world away from them. From an evolutionary perspective, it would make more sense to have a society with fewer animal species (you can have a society without people) than one with more.
There are a few ways to manage what is a pretty big issue for wildlife. The first, and most obvious one, is to kill them. Kill a lion and the next thing you know you have a herd of leopards and giraffes and other weird animals that are pretty much indistinguishable from one another. To me, this is the worse of the two options. The second is to not do anything at all.
I think it’s important to avoid killing anything. It’s sad, but if you look at the world you live in, you will see that it seems we either kill everything or we don’t kill anything at all. And while there is no “right” answer, I think it’s important to realize that if you don’t kill anything, you will definitely see a lot more people that aren’t there.
Some people think that, while killing is bad, it’s not that bad. I think its more that we’ve become numb to the fact that if we don’t do it, our children will. We have a tendency to do this to ourselves. When people make this argument, I think its because they haven’t seen the world that we live in, they’ve only seen the world that we live in.
Another reason I say this is because I live in a forest. I know that I can kill an animal without consequences because I am in the forest. I take some of the same precautions to protect myself and my child. When I look out my back door and see a deer I do not try to kill it. I take the same precautions as I would in a park. I walk around with my gun on my hip and watch the deer. I am not that stupid.