When talking about animal conservation, you often hear people refer to native vs. non-native species. In other words, a non-native species is an exotic animal not indigenous to a region.
One of the Exotic Wildlife Associations’ missions is to encourage and expand the conservation of both native and non-native hoofstock and protect the rights of private property owners, including, but not limited to, the right to manage and control their own land and the indigenous and non-indigenous hoofstock animals living on it.
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