My experience with mainstream fish and game has taught me that they aren't much different than the proteins we find at the market. In general, they're leaner, healthier, and, depending on the cut of the chosen animal, any recipe for beef, poultry, or pork can be adjusted to work with their wild counterparts. The same principals apply to creepier critters like crows and iguanas, but there have been a few surprises. Unlike the better cuts of antlered game or waterfowl, an overcooked crow breast really doesn't get gamier when overcooked. Oh sure, it gets really chewy, but the flavor is still mild, not gamey. Iguana meat tastes like frog legs and there's really no good reason to eat rubbery python that's loaded with mercury.
So, what's the one thing you've eaten so far that maybe you wish you hadn't?_