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South Africa Bird Hunting Report

Postby ramsey » Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:45 pm

We're right in the middle of a website rebuild, and way too busy to spend much time writing, but wanted to get caught up on this year's updates.

South Africa Bird Hunting. Freestate, South Africa, August 2012. Some of the most diverse wingshooting I've ever experienced: egyptian geese, spur-winged geese, swainson's francolin, orange river francolin, rock pigeons, red-eyed doves, turtle doves, ducks (yellow-billed duck, african shelduck, red-billed teal, etc.). With the exception of rock pigeons, South Africa is not the volume shoot of, say, Argentina, but besides alot of beautiful and unique species and the National Geography of then African experience, South African wingshooting is hands down the most challenging wingshooting I've yet experienced - changing gears from tall pass shoting, to driven, to incoming, to flushing, etc. - with ever single hunt and all of it is absolutely delicious.

Egyptian Geese


Spur-winged Geese


Crested Guineafowl
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Your trip of a lifetime deserves - and gets - our full attention: Ramsey Russell 's is a full-time, full-service travel agency specializing in wingshooting with major emphasis on trophy duck species and trophy duck hunting experiences. We're also proud Forum sponsors. Our expert travel assistance includes not only the best wingshooting location at the right time, but also customized itineraries, airline schedules, customs assistance, hunting licenses and permits, hotels, dining, car rentals, travel insurance, and trophy bird importation to our taxidermist or yours. Ramsey Russell and staff carefully review each and every destination.
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Re: South Africa Bird Hunting Report

Postby Duck Collector » Mon Dec 10, 2012 8:09 pm

I guess it would be pretty bad if that goose buzzed your head real low right before you stood up...
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