reported anonymously:

"'Hunting towers are monuments to the murder of animals. Sabotage is an
act of radical goodness.'

During overnight storms, in a protected forest area for large wild
animals (!), this hunting cabin was sabbed. The lock of the entrance
gate was cut loose, the camouflage nets to the fence-- keeping the
building hidden from view-- were also removed. The lock to the door of
the hut was cut. Furthermore, the poles on which the construction rested
as well as the stairs up to the door were cut loose.

This hunter's seat was located on the edge of a 'sports' field with a
feeder, water bowls and a manger. The chain with which it was attached
to the tree was cut down, and the hunter's seat was pulled down and
damaged to prevent further use."