[21] The Importance of Wildlife to Canadians in 1987: The economic significance of wildlife-related recreational activities., (Environment Canada, Canadian Wildlife Service, 1990), pp. 8-10; and The Importance of Wildlife to Canadians: Highlights of the 1991 Survey, op. cit., p. 22. The figure of $6 billion ($1987) includes $1.1 billion spent directly by hunters as well as $4.9 billion in associated indirect economic benefits, including 33,000 jobs. The average Canadian hunter spent $769 on hunting-related activities in 1991. American hunters visiting Canada in 1991, spent an average of $1022 each.