Every year, millions of migratory birds, like waterfowl and ducks, are hunted by recreational tourists who transverse the United States or other parts of the continent where the practice is legalized. However, the question remains whether it is morally justified to hunt the birds for fun or it is unaccepted depending on animal rights activists. Since most states that allow the practice benefit directly and indirectly from the practice of the ideology, the hunting of the waterfowls is a major source of income for those states. Due to these factors, their natural environment and animals departments are looking for ways to understand the effects that the hunting of the waterfowls means for their state, the environment or the birds. Waterfowl hunting is creating a major impact on the local, state, and national economies, and it should be considered if any significant changes were to be implemented. Effects of waterfowl hunting have had direct and indirect influences in the areas that the practice was highly carried out, and in recent times, the hunting adventures seem to have reduced. In the deduction of the effects that the waterfowl hunting has done, there are positive and negative outcomes that have continued to be experienced by the various sectors that were reliant on that venture.