Specie: Rupicapra Pyrenaica Pyrenaica
Body height: 2,45-2,78 ft / 75-85 cm
Weight: 66,15-88,20 lb / 30-40 kg
Pyrenean Chamois or Isard. Their horns, with the shape of a hook, constitute an attractive trophy, being one of the most elusive mountain animals. Up to 80 cm tall, its summer coat is ruddy brown; in winter it is black/brown with darker patches around the eyes.
Both ,males and females have backward-hooked horns up to 20 cm in length. They browse on grass, lichens and buds of trees. Sure-footed and agile, they are found anywhere up to 2800 m.
Female chamois and their young live in herds; adult males tend to live solitarily for most of the year. During the rut, themales engage in fierce battles for the attention of unmated females.
North-East of Spain, in the Pyrenees Mountains.
Highest rock mountains between 1700 – 2800m.
Lodging is provided in small hotels and rural houses very close to the hunting area.
Rutting period : November.
Hunting is done by stalking in high mountains.
|Silver Score||22 1/8||0|
|Gold Score||23 4/8||19 4/8|
|Bronce Score||87 to 91,99||83 to 87,99|
|Silver Score||92 to 96,99||88 to 92,99|
|Gold Score||over 97||over 93|