I assume this must be some obscure word play that I can't figure out. The overall clue of this NYT style crossword puzzle is "Animal Opposites".
The three clues relevant to this overarching clue and their answers are:
- A bird of prey without a mate? --> Lonesome Hawk
- Where you might buy an albino beast of burden? --> White Donkey Sale
- What a photographer of hunter in Alaska might do? --> Shoot the Bear
I got these based on the other letters and so on, but I can't for the life of me figure out how these answers fit into the overall clue. Sure, they're animals, but I don't get the "opposites" part.