4 Day Dove Hunting in Argentina At Argentina Bird Hunts
This Dove hunt is for 4 Hunters in Argentina for 4 Days.
The “Eared Dove” known as Paloma or Torcaza in Argentina is very similar in size to its North American cousin the Mourning Dove, with the distinct difference that the Eared Dove has a squared tail rather than the pointed tail of the Mourning Dove. These birds are considered a nuisance in Argentina. In some areas they destroy 30 to 60% of the annual crops of Sunflower, Sorghum, Wheat, Corn and Soybeans. Their numbers reach into the tens of millions which is the reason why there is no closed season or bag limits so hunters are welcome to come and shoot all they desire.
Due to the astronomical number of these birds it is common for a hunter to fire anywhere between 1,000 to 1,500 rounds in a single day. The shooting opportunities are clearly endless from sunrise to sunset. Our lodge is located in some of the finest hunting areas northeast of the province of Cordoba, Argentina. It is located approximately one hour drive from the airport in Cordoba.
Value: $7,200 USD ($9,700 CAD)
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