It is possible, without entering upon the land of another, to injure that other's right to the game on that land, but in order to succeed in a claim the injured party must prove that the act was wrongful and was done with the wilful intention of injuring his rights1. It is not actionable to entice game away from the land of another, but it is actionable deliberately to scare them away from it2.
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