Rocker Ted Nugent: Hunters Are Conservationists

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Ted Nugent: Because the major networks and so many major publications in the world only expose the most callous and ugly examples of poaching and accidents in our sport. For every Bubba that poaches an elk in a national park, there's tens of millions of families conducting themselves in a safe, legal, ethical manner connecting with that natural tooth, fang and claw culture. I'm convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt that the hunting community is always on the front line of environmental monitoring, therefore [has] an environmental awareness that will determine where pollution is striking, where habitat is being lost, where abuse of our natural resources is taking place.

Tom Foreman: Is it true that you haven't bought a steak in 30 years?

Ted Nugent: I haven't bought a domestic piece of flesh in about 30 years now because I feel that my sacred temple deserves the greatest fuel in the world and there's not only no better health food than venison and turkey and wildfowl, but hunting, trapping and fishing bring balance and health to the environment. My idea of fast food is a mallard.

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