Trophy Hunting
Sheep


  Aoudad
Ammotragus Lervia


Description:
(male) Shoulder height 36-40 inches (91-102 cm). Weight 200-250 pounds (90-115 kg). Females are much smaller. ( (Biologically intermediate between a sheep and a goat, the aoudad is a strongly built animal with a short mane on neck and shoulders, and long, flowing hair on throat, chest, forelegs (where it forms pantaloons or chaps) and tail. Overall coloration is sandy brown with paler underparts. The thick, sheeplike horns (both sexes) are triangular in section and supracervical, which means they curve to form a semicircle above the neck. Females are lighter in color, and have much smaller horns and less hair.

Habitat: Dry, steep mountains, desert type. Introduced on several properties in Spain and elsewhere in Europe, mainly in Sierra Espuña National Preserves and neighbour areas in Murcia, Granada and Alicante provinces, about 4 30h SE from Madrid, and 6h SW from Barcelona.

Season: October - February.

Rut: December.

Difficulty: medium - high.

Method: Spot & stalk.






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