When you mix immense farmland, with mild climates, adequate rainfall and perfect soil conditions you not only create the perfect environment for farming, you create the perfect habitat for the most immense and diverse wing shooting opportunities in the world.
For high volume dove hunting Argentina has food and roosting areas the doves need to flourish, for world class duck hunting Argentina has the river and marsh systems to sustain tremendous populations of duck, for excellent pigeon hunting the climate is just right to sustain a large population that spans several countries across South America and for perdiz hunting with the no till farming practices and hedgerows and ditch lines that separate fields insure a thriving population of perdiz for many generations to come. These conditions make Argentina the most desirable hunting destination on the planet.
Argentina doves are a type of bird that is native to Argentina. There are two main types of Argentina doves: the white-eyed dove and the red-eyed dove. The white-eyed dove is the more common of the two, and it is distinguished by its white eye ring. The red-eyed dove is less common, and it has a red eye ring. Argentina doves are social birds, and they often live in flocks. They are also known for their cooing calls, which they use to communicate with each other. Argentina doves typically eat seeds and berries, but they will also eat insects and other small prey. Argentina doves are not currently endangered, but they are hunted for their meat and eggs.
Argentina is home to a variety of ducks, including the popular mallard. These ducks are found in many different habitats, from wetlands to grasslands. Argentina also has a number of endemic duck species, such as the red-legged seriema duck. These ducks are important for the country’s ecosystem, as they help to control insect populations and disperse seeds. Argentina’s ducks are also a significant source of food for humans and wildlife. In addition to being hunted for their meat, Argentina’s ducks are also used in traditional dishes such as locro de pato. As a result, these birds play an important role in both the ecology and culture of Argentina.
Argentina is home to a wide variety of pigeons, including the White-eyed Pigeon, the Spot-winged Pigeon, and the Picazuro Pigeon. These pigeons are found in a variety of habitats, from urban areas to forests and grasslands. Argentina’s pigeons play an important role in the ecosystem, providing food for other animals and helping to spread seeds. They are also popular as pets and racing birds. Argentina has a long history with pigeons, and they are an important part of the country’s culture.
The country of Argentina is roughly 1 million square miles in size making it roughly 1/3 the size of the US, but with a population just 10% of the US. Most of the population of Argentina lives in near the largest cities which are Buenos Aires, Rosario, Cordoba and Mendoza, which makes the majority of Argentina extremely rural. In the hunting areas it’s quite common to see communities of several hundred people with no cars, their mode of transportation being horses and bicycles.
In the urban areas of Argentina schools begin teaching English to the children in the second grade, so hunters with a desire to visit Argentina need not be intimidated by not being able to speak Spanish. In addition to an educated population there is not a drug culture seen in countries like Columbia, Peru and Bolivia which always leads to crime.
So with the appreciation for Americans, safe environment, minimal language barriers, abundant game, daily flights from the US and cost effective hunting packages everything points to Argentina for being best dove and duck hunting destination in the world.
Please contact Southern Outfitting and allow us to answer any question you have about the beautiful country of Argentina and award us the pleasure of helping you plan the hunt of a lifetime.