90.1 million: The number of Americans 16 years of age and older who participated in wildlife-related recreation (hunting, fishing, wildlife-watching, etc.) in 2011 (38 percent of all Americans).
22 million: The number of 6- to 15-year-olds who fished, hunted, or watched wildlife in 2011.
2.6 million: The total increase in participants 16 years of age and older who engaged in wildlife-related recreation between 2006 and 2011.
$145 billion: The amount spent in 2011 by hunters, anglers, and wildlife watchers on related gear, trips, and other purchases such as licenses, tags, and land leasing or ownership.
1: The percentage of the gross domestic product attributed to wildlife-related recreation.
$1,261: The average expenditure per angler on fishing-related expenses in 2011.
$2,484: The average expenditure per hunter on hunting-related expenses in 2011.
28: The number of states that reported increases in the number of wildlife-related recreation participants from 2006 to 2011.
17: The number of days the average angler 16 years of age or older spent fishing in 2011.
443 million: The total number of days Americans spent fishing in 2011.
21: The number of days the average hunter 6 years of age or older spent hunting in 2011.
320 million: The total number of days Americans spent hunting in 2011.
11: The percentage of increase in the number of anglers since 2006.
9: The percentage of increase in the number of hunters since 2006.
12.3 million: The number of wildlife watchers who visited a public park or natural area for the purpose of wildlife-watching in 2011.
16: The percentage of Hawaii residents who watched wildlife in 2011.
53: The percentage of Vermont residents who wildlife-watched in 2011.
Source: 2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation, National and State Overviews, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.