Sure footed Chamois
Reputed as one of the world’s top free-range Chamois hunting outfitters, we offer you an opportunity to hunt record book Chamois. This very graceful and alert alpine antelope has the ability to run with ease across steep and rugged terrain. Bucks and Does have similar horn growth and are both regarded as trophy animals. Their rut is late April through July and during this period they have their magnificent dark winter skin.
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Our latest Chamois stories…
In May to June in New Zealand the Himalayan Tahr aren’t the only animals in the steep alpine peaks getting frisky with the opposite sex. The Chamois rut is in full swing as well. The male Chamois move from their solitary locations to find females coming into heat....
New Zealand Tahr Stalking Bulls in the Southern Alps It was early afternoon when Kerri arrived in Christchurch, New Zealand. She was coming over from Nome, Alaska for a backcountry hunting excursion. It was a 5 day hunt that we were about to embark on in...
Four Seasons Safaris New Zealand; A recap of a Red Stag Hunt! By: Larry Weishuhn In the far distance, sliding down through the bush lined canyon could faintly be heard a roar or was it a bellow? The wind was blowing so hard I wasn’t sure if I really heard the...
This time of the year in New Zealand is the beginning of fall, and the stags that roam the hills are coming into the most exciting time of the year, the “rut.” The “rut”, or otherwise known as the “roar” for the red deer starts in the month of March and goes through April in New Zealand.