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When hunting season comes, hunters are always ready to start their hunting trip. So do you know which animals are generally hunted by hunters in North America?
Generally, animals hunted in North America can be divided into several categories: large game, small game, predators, fur animals and birds. Some of the most popular animal types include deer, elk, moose, and pheasant. Most hunters hunt with shotguns or bows and arrows.
Large prey generally includes mule deer, white-tailed deer, moose, elk, and caribou. Other large prey includes wild boar, bighorn sheep, etc. Bison or buffalo are also considered a big game, but they were hunted to near-extinction in the 1800s and early 1900s, making it illegal to hunt them in much of North America.
Typical North American small game species include hares, rabbits, raccoons, squirrels, and possums. Fur animals include those that are usually hunted for their fur rather than their meat, such as foxes, beavers, minks, lynx and muskrats. Predators that were hunted included bears, coyotes, mountain lions and mountain lions. Birds hunted include grouse, pheasant, quail, turkey and waterfowl such as ducks and geese.
Hunting varmints is also common in North America. Creatures classified as varmints are usually small mammals that are hunted because they are considered harmful, so their numbers must be kept under control. Uncontrolled populations often cause damage to crops and livestock. Animals commonly considered varmints include hares, squirrels, marmots, foxes, and raccoons, among others. Wild rat hunting is heavily regulated in many places, as the numbers of these animals and their impact on local farmers and ranchers are carefully monitored.
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