- Interventionists may lay false trails or use sound and visual distractions to prevent the hunters from being successful, destroy hunting towers and enter hunting estates and farms to disarm animal traps. This tactic of directly confronting the hunters has led to several activists being injured or killed.
- Non-interventionists use video, photography and witness statements to support prosecution of hunters who commit offenses or to raise awareness of issues they consider show hunting as cruel, ineffective or in a bad light.
In the United Kingdom the interventionists are often (but not always) members of the Hunt Saboteurs Association, while the non-interventionists are often members of the League Against Cruel Sports or, more recently, Protect Our Wild Animals or the International Fund for Animal Welfare.
Every year in Spain, organizations such as Equanimal or the platform Matar por matar, non are involved in the sabotage of the Copa Nacional de Caza del Zorro (Spanish: "National Fox Hunt Cup") following the hunters making noise with megaphones to scare foxes and preventing them from being killed.
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The hunters took aim (upon deer, not upon us) and were just about to release the bowstrings. BOOM! The blasts from our foghorns twice sent deer fleeing to safety.
- Pedler, Ian (2008). Save our stags : the long struggle against Britain's most controversial blood sport. Bristol: Black Daps. ISBN 9780955478604.
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