Bird Hunting

The most common birds we hunt in Southern Africa range from  francolin, guinea fowl and various species of dove and pigeons. We also hunt two species of geese the Egyptian geese and Spur-winged goose including some ducks this call for a very challenging hunt. We can hunt the following birds during this time of the year.

Guinea fowl: 1 May to 30 September , Ducks: 1 May to 31 August , Francolin: 1 May to 31 August,  

Egyptian Geese: 1 February t to 30 November, Spurwing Goose: 1 March to 30 September , Doves & Pigeons: 1 January to 31 December. Please take these dates in consideration when you make your booking with us for the best bird hunting safari yet. You can expect to shoot between 300 and 1000 shots per day. 

For Egyptian and Spurwing Geese we do have  a bag limit of between 5 and 10 birds per outing with the official bag limit of 10 birds per gun per day. With ducks we have a bag of 5 to 10 birds per gun per day. We hunt near dams and pans from behind hides and use decoys. Francolin and guinea fowl  we hunt either over Pointers or driven hunts . Both ways of hunting can be very successful . Bag limit 10 birds per gun per day. No matter what kind of bird we hunt you will sit back at night thinking about a super day you had hunting birds.

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