antihunter

antihunter

(ˌæntɪˈhʌntə)
n
a person opposed to hunters or hunting practices
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We won't change the mind of any antihunter, but we don't need to feed them ammunition either.
Keep that in mind the next time an antigunner or antihunter starts railing about what we do.
It wasn't the tone of an antihunter, but simply of a non-hunter who has never actually met someone who procures meat through means other than from a grocery store.
Late last night, the amendment setting out the compromise date -- tabled by antihunter Tony Banks -- had won the support of more than 100 Labour backbenchers, with more set to sign.
One antihunter from New Jersey was sentenced to forty days in jail after subjecting two bear hunters to continued harassment in a state park open to hunting.
Hunters should not do the antigun, antihunter groups' work for them.
Perhaps most striking, we'd never heard of an antihunter, a trespass fee or a record book
b because his ego seems boundless, but so do the antihunters, gun grabbers and drug pushers.
Like Whisker, antihunters also at times equate sexualized hunting with sexual dysfunction or deviance.
We shouldn't be surprised at the lower support for these last three species, as they have been attacked by antihunters for at least 30 years.
One study blames a lingering drought for the decline in elk numbers, while antihunters have suggested sport hunting, combined with environmental factors, played a role in the drop in elk.
This is a small price to pay to keep wildlife management in the hands of trained biologists, instead of politicians and antihunters.