I have had so many wild meats/game/poultry that I probably can’t remember and name them all. (Although I haven’t had donkey, but I look forward to it in a European vacation some time.) Most tasted like meat, some like their sauces, and some prett gamey or rancid. Basically all the common and somewhat uncommon North American and European ones: bison (buffalo) deer, antelope, moose, elk, horse, rabbit, squirrel, bear, possum, racoon, skunk, fox, beaver, muskrat, porcupine, otter, marten, fisher cat, coyote, muskrat, alligator, bobcat, weasel, rattlesnake and other snakes, several varieties of duck, goose, quail, partridge, grouse, pigeon, dove, etc.
African: lion, giraffe, cape water buffalo, and many types of antelope and related species.
South American: guinea pig (cavy), and some weird critters in the Amazon. (I’ve also had cavy multiple times in NY; Queens, and Yonkers.)
In Asia I ate all kinds of weird stuff like scorpions, spiders, millipedes, and assorted other creepy crawlies.
Plus earthworms, bees, crickets, mealworms, silkworms, katydids, etc.
As for fish and seafood, I have had just about every type of fresh and salt water type available. Some were pretty weird.
Quite a few of those were from several Bronx Pipe Smoking Societies Small Game Dinners, plus travel all over the world (five continents so far, still have Australia and Antarctica.) Plus I have lived in the rural south, and off and on worked as a mountain/river guide in most wilderness areas in the US, for over a decade. Also I used to practice and teach wilderness survival.