huntable

huntable

(ˈhʌntəbəl)
adj
(Hunting) capable of being hunted
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The pool of huntable private lands is drained a little each time a house is erected or a "No Hunting" sign is hung.
ALL MAJOR SPECIES The first DeadFowl Trainer was a mallard duck, but today's DFTs include all the major huntable gamebird species (both upland and waterfowl) from the little mourning dove to the big Canada honker--31 bird species in all.
There's no shortage of humanity here, but there also are plenty of whitetails--and a lot of those deer are Pope & Young-class bucks in huntable areas.
com) offers more than 130,000 huntable acres of rugged ranch country roamed by axis deer, Black Hawaiian sheep.
Besides being the largest of the five huntable species of deer in the United States in both stature and antler size, mule deer can only be hunted in 16 states.
The conservation organization also provided technical help for improving Wham Brake Reservoir, helped restore 7,000 acres of Oyster Bayou, added huntable wetlands to Sherburne WMA and improved 300 acres on Tensas NWR, among other projects.
Catering to primitive weapon hunters, the roughly 11,000 acres of huntable Lake Woodruff NWR is split into three zones.
Background : Species action plans (SAPs) for non-huntable bird species and management plans (MPs) for huntable bird species have expired, while new conservation strategies need to be developed for some species that are showing sharp population declines.
As for jackrabbits, Nantucket has our only huntable population and that season ended Dec.
The 'game guide' (as we called the hunting regulations booklet back then) used to list them as a huntable species in Dutchess County, but it no longer does.
The hunting season started on Wednesday 01 May and will end on 31 August in the case of commercial farms of not less than 1000 hectares which are enclosed with registered game proof fences and on registered Conservancies where quotas have been approved for huntable game species.