unhunted

unhunted

(ʌnˈhʌntɪd)
adj
not hunted
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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.
Such land is frequently unhunted because nonresidents are unaware it exists and can offer a very nice buck now and then.
Angie dropped us off at a fresh, unhunted blind just as the eastern sky began to turn gray.
The study's authors found that the population of monitor lizards was nearly double in the areas in which hunting had taken place compared to unhunted areas.
1999: Mortality causes and survival rates of hunted and unhunted willow grouse.
Impact and Sustainability of Indigenous Hunting in the Ituri Forest, Congo-Zaire: A Comparison of Unhunted and Hunted Diuker Populations.
Masters and Mathews (1990) recorded female whitetails surviving beyond 9 years and remaining reproductively active in an unhunted population.
Impact and Sustainability of Indigenous Hunting in the Ituri Forest, Congo-Zaire: A Comparison of Unhunted and Hunted Duiker Populations", en Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Forest, John Robinson y Elizabeth Bennett, eds.
1989) documented large excursions by three female deer in an unhunted, high-density Georgia deer population.
By comparison, numbers of moose confined in 2 other parks (Sleeping Giant and Algonquin Provincial Parks, Ontario) changed slowly but dramatically when co-habiting with increasing numbers of unhunted deer with meningeal worm (Whitlaw and Lankester 1994b).
These refuges hold huge unhunted populations of ducks throughout the winter, working diametrically against Goal 1 of the state's Fern Ridge Wildlife Area, where hunters are welcomed.