Social and Economic Investigation and Analysis of Wildlife Hunting Behavior

  • Yu Dai


Wildlife resources play the same important role as human beings on the earth. The survival state and development prospect of wild animals are closely related to the development of the whole human society. Its survival is not only related to biological diversity, the persistence of biological evolution and the balance and integrity of community structure and function of its habitat. It involves the stability of human living environment and the importance of raw materials for economic production and people’s life. Hunting is the main means of livelihood for thousands of poor rural residents. In particular, in the tropical rainforest, wild animals obtained from hunting are an important source of protein for local villagers, increasing the intensity of local hunting and further affecting the living environment of local wild animals. And affect the biodiversity of ecological nature reserves, this paper aims to provide theoretical support for the living conditions and social and economic status of local villagers, and comprehensively analyze the ecological and economic benefits of wildlife resources. The hunting range and quantity of wildlife resources are estimated effectively, and the economic benefits of wildlife hunting areas are analyzed. Some suggestions are put forward, such as unreasonable hunting behavior and benefit fund allocation in modern hunting. It provides theoretical support for the conservation of regional species diversity and the sustainable development of hunting behavior.