antihunting

antihunting

(ˌæntɪˈhʌntɪŋ)
adj
opposed to hunters or hunting practices
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Yet, the concept of fair chase continues to face challenges, threatened from the outside by powerful antihunting forces and from the inside by questionable actions among some hunters and ever-advancing technology with the potential to take the sport out of sport hunting.
Also, anything you post on the Internet ceases to become your property, and can be used as antihunting propaganda.
Together with a number of antihunting Conservative MPs, who have been granted a free vote on the issue, this was expected to be enough to block the change.
Roger Gale, from the Conservative "Blue Fox" antihunting group, compared the hunt with cock-fighting and said Cameron's proposed changes were at odds with public opinion.
But the antihunting lobby will be disappointed that she recovers enough to pick up some tips for the best way to cook its liver.
The sheep farmer is strongly antihunting and has complained about them trespassing on his land.
In hunting circles, mounting dissatisfaction with the lobbying methods of the BFSS intensified with the prospect of an antihunting Labour government and turned to frustration as the BFSS leadership failed to take up calls for more radical action:
Others charge that these enclosures allow the antihunting crowd a very healthy argument against our sport, a weak point in the pro-hunting's fortified defenses.
We Are The Champions rocker Brian, who set up antihunting charity Save Me, joins campaigners and rescue workers in our 16th annual contest, also sponsored by Nat Geo Wild.
Opposition stretched back to the Elizabethan Puritans, but even antihunting reformers in the nineteenth century failed to restrict the sport.
Antihunting and -trapping organizations have been increasingly vocal but generally unsuccessful in Ohio.
A fundamental oversight in the antihunting campaign is that it is the dog that hunts, not the human,