It defines a "hunter" as "A person who hunts game." For me, "game" is the operative word here. Eagles are not "game." Therefore, the person that shot the eagle was not by definition a hunter. So why is the Houston Zoo using "hunter" to define someone that committed a crime? Was this word choice just a simple mistake on behalf of zoo personal? Poor editing perhaps? I'd hope so. I would hate to think that the Houston Zoo, or anyone for that matter, automatically believes that anybody that shoots an animal is a hunter.