During the year of 2011, a rescuer of ducks was accidently killed by a 14-year-old shooter. Youngsters should not be offered licence of shooting below the age 18 and government must stop Duck hunting throughout the country. Victim lost her sight and government said that she was at a banned area at a prohibited time; this seems shameful (Morgan, R., 2007).
Environment Hurting Activities
Duck hunting interferes and affects the delicate ecosystems of Victoria’s wetlands. After duck shooting, injured and dead rotten ducks bodies are left there that pollute the water as well as environment (Madsen, J. & Riget, F., 2007). Further duck hunting was responsible for leaching 350 tonnes of poisonous chemical in Victorian rivers and in other water resources. Effects of such poisonous chemical will reside in nature for years that put wildlife into danger and damaging plants, vegetable etc. Duck shooters have also been found to pollute waterways, leaving behind spent cartridge shells and rubbish.
Communicating more and more people and making them aware about this activity is an effective way to stop this. Main objectives of communication are
1.Motivating normal public to get associated with such activities and put their efforts to end duck hunting
2.Making association with Firms and NGOs that fight for saving ducks
3.Protecting nature and most important point to save the lives of innocent creatures
4.Forming new organizations like RSPCA and legislative bodies, to new laws against Duck hunting and ban it completely
5.Motivating duck hunters emotionally for stopping this deed
6.Taking help of social media