Story in a nutshell:
A lot of dead birds of prey are found near a railway.
Animal activists blame the hunters for being savage killers who shoot birds randomly, why else would there be a lot of dead birds.
Hunters say they were killed by trains, hunters never kill randomly.
Animal activists call them goddamn liars.
Researchers go do their job.
Turns out there was a deer hit by a train, which attracted birds of prey, which then got hit by more trains one by one.
Animal activitsts don't even apologize.
My unpopular opinion: Professional hunters and forest rangers make better environmentalists than the superficial pre-judging angry hippies which like to point at those that studied and experienced many more facts than them.
You know who often gets in fights? Hunters and farmers.
Because a gamekeeper, aka boss hunter, wants wildlife to be big and healthy. A farmer wants to make fields to feed the overpopulation called humans and/or their live stock and other pets, even if it means to clear more forests to make space for it. It's not only cities that take away space where wildlife could be. You can be a vegan and still be responsible for shrinking wildlife because you need your fields for your vegan food.
A farmer will also insist on harvesting a field in time, when a hunter tries to make him wait because of several animals hiding in that field which only get slaughtered if the harvesting machine goes on. For example during spring and summer, it's young deer, rodents, rabbits, and certain birds which are too young to fly. (Not all birds make nests on trees.)
Open your mind and learn before you point.
And get to know some responsible hunters, what they do. What they really do.