Only found in Spain, the beauty of its horns, which are in a shape of a lyre, and its strength distinguish it as the king of our mountains. There are four species, each with distinctive horns: Beceite, Gredos, Southeastern and Ronda.
An elegant animal with a mottled coat and large beautiful palmated antlers. It is smaller than the red stag and its palmated antlers span over its body. Its beauty and great physical strength marks it as game well sorth paying attention to. The Central European specie, it usually has antlers with more points.
Originally a native of Corsica. It's the only wild ram in Europe. It was introduced into Spain at the end of the 19th century. The amazing eye-sight of these wild rams and the terrain they inhabit make them a challenge to hunt...
It may be hunted by stalking or according to the Spanish system of flushing game, which is the true jewel of the Spanish art of hunting. Our red stag is a native specie and, although slightly smaller than the Central European specie, it usually has antlers with more points.
Also called Atlas Mouflon, because they originated in the Atlas mountains of North Africa. It has large sickle shaped horns and its coat blends perfectly with the landscape. Specimens weight up to 150 kgs.
Very well adapted to rocks and hard snow. Chamois is truly a prize for lovers of high mountain hunting. There are two species: the Pyrenean specimen, found in the majestic Pyrenees Mountains, is the larger, and the Cantabrian Chamois which we hunt in the soaring Picos de Europa area of Cantabrian Mountains.
They are very abundant in Spain. There are two genuinely Spanish methods of hunting them, the "aguardo" or using a blind, and the "montería", which consists of surrounding an area and using beaters and dogs to drive the game towards where the hunters are waiting. The Spanish species are famous, not for their weight but for the size of their tusks.