Here's one to get you exercised on this lovely morning:
I have a very small roe deer permission, that amounts to about 3 (small) sheep fields, a few clumps of woodland, a few overgrown hedges and a 2 acre patch replanted clear-fell. There is a very small resident population of does (2-4) and the occasional passing buck. In the 4 years of stalking it, I have shot precisely one deer. I leave the does alone - both because I want to and because the farmer has requested this. Both of us are totally happy with the arragement - it's really just a social opportunity (he used to work in my department and is now retired).
Now: the surrounding land has recently been leased to a pro stalker, who has set to with some gusto.
My farmer is very worried: the resident does on his land spend quite a bit of time over the fence next door, and the stalker has erected a high seat overlooking the spot they cross. The farmer has asked me what to do: he doesn't want them shot, and is wondering if he could approach the stalker and persuade him to leave them alone. He very much sees these does as 'his', and is quite aggreived that they may get shot in the autumn. He is aware that he has no legal right to them, but is hoping he could appeal to the stalker's better nature.