Specie: Ammotragus Lervia
Body height: 2,62-3,28 ft / 80-100 cm
Weight: 198- 330 lb / 90-150 kg
Barbary sheep also named Aoudad. His coat is sandy-brown, darkening with age, with a slightly lighter underbelly and a dark line on the back.This colour blends perfectly with the rocks of the habitat where it lives.
The coat is very thick. Throat, chest and frontal legs have shaggy, long and smooth hair. The horns have a triangular cross section, curved first outwards, then backwards and finally inwards and reach up to 20 inches (50 cm) in length. The horns are smooth with wrinkles at the base. Aoudads form herds of adult males and females guided by a dominant male. Females are much smaller than males, are lighter in color and have less hair and much smaller horns.
Biologists consider it biologically intermediate between a sheep and a goat.
The Barbary sheep lives in the mountains of Alicante, Almeria and Murcia, in the SouthEast of Spain.
Deserted lands and mountains.
Lodging is provided in hotels close to the hunting area where you can enjoy wonderful meals.
East area: All year hunting.
Rutting period: 15th September - 05 th November.
Hunting is arranged by stalking in Private Game Reserves.
|Silver Score||119 3/8||0|
|Gold Score||125 5/8||105 3/8|
|Bronce Score||310 to 329,99||310 to 329,99|
|Silver Score||330 to 349,99||330 to 349,99|
|Gold Score||over 350||over 350|