With that being said, I am interested to see how hunters on the BBZ feel about this controversial issue. On one hand, simple over-the-counter license sales can help increase both hunter participation and in-state revenue. Funds generated from non-resident hunting licenses and tags can be pumped back into wildlife resource agencies. This can lead to more habitat enhancement projects, extensive wildlife studies, and hiring additional conservation officers, biologists, and wardens. Non-residential hunters can also provide a major boost for local economies that desperately need it right now.