39 min

What do Hunters and Conservationists Have in Common? (JJ Hinton‪)‬ Humans Outside

    • Nature

What does conservation and hunting have in common? According to this week’s guest, JJ Hinton, everything. JJ leads the Mule Deer Foundation, a Utah-based organization that advocates for the preservation of Mule Deer. An avid hunter, JJ loves the outdoors for the solitude and food it offers. 
 
Listen to this week’s episode for an honest exchange of ideas and understanding as Amy, a non-hunter, learns from JJ’s perspective on what makes the outdoors special to him, and how we can all meet in the middle. 



Mentioned in the show: 
 
Upland hunting 
Grouse 
Pheasants 
Chukar
German Wirehaired Pointer 
Vista Outdoor
Camelbak
Millett
Mule Deer Foundation 
Black-tailedl deer 
Mule deer habitat constraints 
Wildfire suppression 
Chronic wasting disease 
Wildlife management and habitat 
The Pittman-Robertson Act 1937
Teddy Rosevelt hunter and conservationist 
U.S. National Parks 
Trophy hunting 
Hunting approval rating 
Dirtbags 
Secret berry picking 
Hatcher Pass Avalanche Center 
Duck decoys 
Prairie pothole in North Dakota 
Ducks Unlimited 
Waterfowl hunting 
 
Favorite gear:
Game vest. JJ’s favorite is no longer made, but he says this one is comparable: https://www.alpsbrands.com/alpsoutdoorz/products/extreme/upland-game-vest-x
 
Most essential gear:
Merino wool base layers (like Smartwool): https://amzn.to/3anwD3h 
 
Affiliate links included above



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What does conservation and hunting have in common? According to this week’s guest, JJ Hinton, everything. JJ leads the Mule Deer Foundation, a Utah-based organization that advocates for the preservation of Mule Deer. An avid hunter, JJ loves the outdoors for the solitude and food it offers. 
 
Listen to this week’s episode for an honest exchange of ideas and understanding as Amy, a non-hunter, learns from JJ’s perspective on what makes the outdoors special to him, and how we can all meet in the middle. 



Mentioned in the show: 
 
Upland hunting 
Grouse 
Pheasants 
Chukar
German Wirehaired Pointer 
Vista Outdoor
Camelbak
Millett
Mule Deer Foundation 
Black-tailedl deer 
Mule deer habitat constraints 
Wildfire suppression 
Chronic wasting disease 
Wildlife management and habitat 
The Pittman-Robertson Act 1937
Teddy Rosevelt hunter and conservationist 
U.S. National Parks 
Trophy hunting 
Hunting approval rating 
Dirtbags 
Secret berry picking 
Hatcher Pass Avalanche Center 
Duck decoys 
Prairie pothole in North Dakota 
Ducks Unlimited 
Waterfowl hunting 
 
Favorite gear:
Game vest. JJ’s favorite is no longer made, but he says this one is comparable: https://www.alpsbrands.com/alpsoutdoorz/products/extreme/upland-game-vest-x
 
Most essential gear:
Merino wool base layers (like Smartwool): https://amzn.to/3anwD3h 
 
Affiliate links included above



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Register for our newsletter for a chance to win a free Humans Outside decal: https://humansoutside.com/contact-us/ 

Don’t forget to follow @HumansOutside on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/humansoutside/

Share your own outdoor life with the hashtag #humansoutside365.
 
Connect with us on Facebook: https://humansoutside.com/
 
How are you spending your outdoor time? Leave us a message and we might feature you on our weekly Outdoor Diary episode. Call ‪(360) 362-5317‬.

39 min