There are multiple definitions of trophy searching.” Wikipedia defines it as selective hunting of wild game animals.” It can be seen as any hunter who retains a momentum from the animal they killed. I do not think there’s a fair equivalency between accidentally hitting a deer on the street (or anyplace) — and maiming a deer in a deliberate effort to kill it. I would draw a better comparability between maiming an animal as I was deliberately gunning it down with my car at high velocity which, sure, would be a extremely doubtful — and in some instances, illegal act — on my part.
Old individuals, ladies, and kids set nets for fish (white fish, trout, pike, and turbot), gather berries (cloudberries, nice bilberries, and purple bilberries), and set hoop snares for white grouse and hares near the village, whereas the lads travel deep into the forest, where they spend eight or more months of the year attempting to find huge game, particularly elk.
But what’s really mind-boggling about the whole shebang is this: Even if animal rights groups might match the $3 million a day American sportsmen contribute on to wildlife conservation and protection through license fees, land utilization charges, and excise taxes, it still would not even come close to justifying the outlawing of looking from a dollars-and-sense perspective, personal freedom points however.
You never know if that very same individual is the assistant that helps your veterinarian deal with your canine, the same individual that volunteers their time at your local shelter, or that same person that pulled an orphaned fawn out of the highway and traveled 100 miles to the closest wildlife rehabilitator to give that animal a fair chance at survival.