Hunting and Trapping Traditions

two boys try out the hunting simulator at the Outdoor Adventure Center

Explore our state's hunting and trapping heritage and what these traditions mean to Michigan residents. Give hunting a try with a laser shot simulator and identify mammals by examining their fur. Learn about how hunting funds conservation, contributes $2 billion a year to the state's economy and is a critical tool for biologists to manage wildlife populations. And it's a safe and fun pastime that everyone can enjoy, especially since Michigan boasts a wide variety of game animals and millions of acres of public hunting land.

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