Barbary sheep hunting in Spain
A mountain species, it manages perfectly on crags and cliffs located in a dry, semi-desert climate. They live in more or less numerous groups made up of mixed herds, consisting of males of all ages, females, and their young ones. The females are in charge of guiding the group. These are animals that adapt perfectly to any type of terrain.
The hunting area is in the Región of Murcia, in the southeast of Spain. The closest airports are Murcia – San Javier (45 minutes) and Alicante airport (1h15 minutes).
The hunt will start early in the morning (7.00h). After breakfast, we will drive to the hunting area. With the aid of binoculars, we will try to find the groups of Aoudad Sheep in this desert landscape; once our trophy is spotted, our stalking will begin the silent stalk until we reach a suitable shooting distance.
We can combine this program with Wild Boar hunting that we can find in the same area, or with Southeastern Ibex and Mountain Red Deer, only one hour driving from here.