Quote from 4onaside..... Of course the problem arises with the definitions of pen and/or wild. I saw a video of a guy shooting an African Lion that was obiously tame and in an enclosure. Pretty disgusting, and is certainly not hunting. On the other hand, some of the Texas High Fence Ranches are so large that the animals within the enclosure don't know that they are in the enclosure, some having probably never even encountered the fence, and are as wild as if they were on non-fenced property. However, I suspect that due to space constraints, most of the operations in the East are not fair chase, if for no other reason because of the too small area. Plus, I suspect that most of the animals are aclimated to humans and could not be considered "wild". Pen raised, flight conditioned game birds however, are another matter, because...........they can fly. lol Here's one of your anti hunters!!!!