The poacher had escaped.
The hunter had no permit, he is therefore a poacher.
The father, an old poacher, had been killed by the gendarmes.
In a small pan, melt the Poacher cheese with the crème frâiche.
The poacher, like the smuggler, smacks too strongly of the brigand.
Gamekeeper turns poacher or, at least, helps poacher.
Besides, he was an admirable poacher, and quoted for his skill in shooting.
Poacher incursions dropped from about two a month to just four in two years, with no losses.
One possibility is that a wildlife poacher might have passed the virus to traders who carried it to Wuhan.
If guards and game rangers come across anybody who might be a poacher, they now have the right to shoot first and ask questions later.
Currently, the forest is out of bounds for them and if one is caught inside, he risks being jailed or worse shot as a suspected poacher.
But the scouts keep finding more traps, and making more arrests, and for every poacher they thwart they have to assume that several more are prospering.
Then he began to crawl through the fields, following along the hedges in order to keep out of sight, listening to the slightest noises, as wary as a poacher.
With just 20 goals in 25 games, they are the Premiership's lowest scorers, a team with plenty of creative endeavour but not the poacher to put the ball in the net.
"Betting, card-playing, ferret-breeding and dog-fancying, poaching and politics, are the occupations of the populace," wrote Victorian writer–poacher Richard Jefferies of his childhood in 19th-century Wiltshire.
Davina Bacon from Cambridgeshire has won the coveted prize for ‘Under a Deep Blue Sky’, a raw and emotionally powerful short story about a young African poacher and the brutal murder of a mother and baby elephant.
After two hours' discussion their suspicions were fixed on three individuals who had hitherto borne a shady reputation—a poacher named Cavalle, a fisherman named Paquet, who caught trout and crabs, and a cattle drover named Clovis.
Tanzanian MP Lazaro Nyalandu, a former minister for natural resources and tourism, said in a tweet that Gower was shot by a poacher on Friday as he helped locate a group who had killed an elephant in Maswa, an area of the Serengeti in the country’s north.
ABOARD THE BOB BARKER, in the South Atlantic — As the Thunder, a trawler considered the world’s most notorious fish poacher, began sliding under the sea a couple of hundred miles south of Nigeria, three men scrambled aboard to gather evidence of its crimes.
How many people can pay to come see an elephant, alive, thriving in her family unit, in Zimbabwe or Kenya or anywhere else in Africa, for 50, 60, 70 years as opposed to the one thoughtless trophy hunter of insidious poacher who leaves a faceless carcass and beleaguered family behind?
- someone who hunts or fishes illegally on the property of another
- a cooking vessel designed to poach food (such as fish or eggs)
- small slender fish (to 8 inches) with body covered by bony plates; chiefly of deeper northern Pacific waters
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