:banghead: I am a bit disappointed that there are so many people convinced they are doing the right thing by going into the woods and shooting animals for pleasure or sport. After speaking with a hunter myself, and reviewing the facts, I can't deny that hunting is nothing short of wrong, and perpetuates the very problems it claims to solve! (do some research on overpopulated deer and how hunters are causing their numbers to rise). Also after speaking to any hunter after they have shot a deer, they feel as if they have accomplished something, no? But do you know that at the same distance you have to be to shoot a deer, a wolf or even a wolf pack would be ignored as deer can easily outrun them? Not so tough are we? And the ethics of bowhunting. . .56% of deer and elk shot by bowhunters are not recovered, and left to suffer a horrible death! And hunters describe themselves as compassionate. . .I don't get it. . .I would love to have an intelligent debate with an open minded hunter, (and I can do the same). Please note that I am not against hunting, it's the stocking hand fed birds for targets, canned hunts, unethical shots, and the problems that hunting causes. Perhaps there was a need for hunting at some time, though hunters have increased the whitetail deer population, as well as causing the car/deer collisions that they promised to reduce! And must we kill the population in order to kill them? The 90% of non-game animals that make up the majority are healthy non overpopulated animals righted by nature.