unhunted

unhunted

(ʌnˈhʌntɪd)
adj
not hunted
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Washington and Fredrick Counties recently opened--opportunity at unhunted bears.
After years of wondering why Minnesota's virtually unhunted moose have declined--numbers are down from nearly 9000 in 2005 to an estimated 4000 today--a team of state and tribal researchers placed GPS collars on some of them and tracked their movements.
Mortality causes and survival rates of hunted and unhunted willow grouse.--J.
Such land is frequently unhunted because nonresidents are unaware it exists and can offer a very nice buck now and then.
Primate abundance in an unhunted region of the northern Peruvian amazon and the influence of seismic oil exploration.
Impact and Sustainability of Indigenous Hunting in the Ituri Forest, Congo-Zaire: A Comparison of Unhunted and Hunted Diuker Populations.
Survival of adult females (excluding harvest-related losses) was 0.95-1.00 in Lincoln National Forest, and was comparable to the highest rates documented for free-ranging elk (unhunted population = 0.97 and hunted population = 0.93; Ballard et al., 2000).
Masters and Mathews (1990) recorded female whitetails surviving beyond 9 years and remaining reproductively active in an unhunted population.
(1989) documented large excursions by three female deer in an unhunted, high-density Georgia deer population.