It is the most representative bird of the Spanish country.
Adult Red-legged Partridges are sandy-brown above, pinkish-buff on the belly, and pale grey on the breast, with a prominent gorget of black streaking, bold rufous and black flank-bars, a cream throat, pink legs, and a red bill and eye ring.
It is a rotund bird, with a light brown back, grey breast and buff belly. The face is white with a black gorget. It has rufous-streaked flanks and red legs. When disturbed, it prefers to run rather than fly, but if necessary. It flies a short distance on rounded wings. It is a non-migratory terrestrial species, which forms flocks outside the breeding season. This species breeds on dry lowlands, such as farmland and open stony areas.
All territory national. We work in Beceite area and Toledo province.
The habitat for the red legged partridge is the rocky hillsides, dry grasslands and cultivated lands.
Lodging is provided in hotels close to the hunting area.
These are hunts for 10 – 15 guns from one position you can shoot hundreds of partridges. The birds are driven by beaters this is a typical Spanish hunting. We have in property special hunting areas with small lowlands located on the medium size mountain chains where it is possible to make great shoots.
Once the hunt is finished you will enjoy a typical Spanish lunch and then, if you like, you can go walk hunting accompanied by game handlers and well trained dogs.