I was wondering about your thoughts on how to protect Natural Resources in the event of a severe, extended event. For clarification, let's say a nationwide event lasting longer than 6 months where transportation is halted due to a pandemic. I will preface by saying I am unequivocally, undeniably completely dead set against Poaching of any kind/form/fashion and think anyone who does is a lower level life form. With that said, in the event an issue lasted beyond my prep supplies, I'm not sure if I would pass an opportunity to feed my family by obtaining game out of season. Would this now make me the aforementioned low life? Currently there's approximately 311.6 million people in the U.S., granted a portion are vegan or what have you. A portion won't have the means or opportunity, but there will be a portion of residents that have the capability. It's pretty obvious that a national deer population of approximately 30 million, and elk population significantly less at 782 thousand (non-captive), those species would not last long at all. Ducks, geese, fish, are all in the same scope here (pun not intended). My long term plan includes renewable resources like chickens and such but "what if".. Do we make a pact not to eat animals in the zoo and hope they can repopulate the country after life returns to normal? Due to genetics issues this probably wouldn't work too well. I know this is a little random and out there but I've just been wondering what others believe we can do to protect yet utilize our natural resources in a situation as above.