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.
To achieve more success in stopping duck hunting rescuers could arrange campaigns, fight against government brutal decision of allowing duck hunting, and promote the website of RSPCA n social media, form new centres like RSPCA, involving normal public in such activities, educating people for saving animal lives and include such studies in the coursework, striking against government, going on fasting strikes etc. (RSPCA, 2009). These can be the silent weapon to fight against such activities in Australia and more particularly in Victoria.
To measure the success of our ongoing plan in the support to stop duck hunting we would conduct surveys, interviews with the people who are interested in this deed and analyse with their ideas to what extent our efforts have influenced them. We would also conduct surveys to receive people’s view that don’t support duck hunting. Taking feedbacks form the local people as well as visitors and use them in motivating others as well as judging the prevalence of our messages. Social media will do a lot in this regard and its efficiency judgment can be easily collated through different media sources like internet, TV, newspapers etc.