Small Game and Trophy Hunting Combinations in Bulgaria

Hello, friends! For your convenience, we’ve compiled a list of all possible small game hunting combinations not only by month in accordance with the legal duration of the hunting seasons, but also by region, so that you can hunt each group of animals in the same place:

Small game hunting:

August: turtle-doves, quails

September: turtle-doves, quails

October: grey partridges, pheasants, rabbits

November: grey partridges, rock partridges, pheasants, rabbits, woodcocks

December: grey partridges, rock partridges, pheasants, rabbits, wood pigeons, wild ducks, woodcocks

January: pheasants, wild ducks, geese, wood pigeons, woodcocks

February:  woodcocks, wild ducks, geese

Trophy hunting can also be mixed and matched when the different seasons overlap:

All year round: mouflons, wild boar (can be combined with other big game animals and small game depending on the month)

April 15th to May 15th: wood grouse

April 10th to May 10th: chamois

May to October 30th: roe deer

September to the end of January: red deer, fallow deer

For more information, or to book a hunting trip, contact us at favia_srl@hotmail.com

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Pheasant and Partridge Hunting in Bulgaria

Hello, friends! Did you know you have the option of hunting pheasants and partridges in Bulgaria all year round?

Bulgaria is home to a large population of wild pheasants and partridges. You can hunt wild pheasants from 1st October to 30th of January, and wild partridges – from  1st October to 30th November.

However, for those of you who wish to come at a different time, there are special dog training areas, where you can hunt released pheasants and partridges all year round. For more information, contact us at: favia_srl@hotmail.com

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Oct 20, 2017 - Big Game    No Comments

Monteria in Spain 2017-2018

Have you seen our Monteria offers for this winter?

A Monteria is a traditional Spanish driven hunting method in which a group of hunters are spread around a certain area of a hunting estate while a pack of hunting dogs chase the game animals in their direction. Whether the hunt takes place in a valley or near a hillside, the terrain plays a major role. Hunters typically get the chance to shoot many and different trophies. This is a unique hunting method every big game hunter should try at least once in their lifetime, and we have carefully selected the best hunting estates in Spain that offer this type of hunt, and the best packages available! For more information, check out our Monteria offers for this winter HERE

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Sep 29, 2017 - Hunting in Bulgaria    No Comments

Numeration and Use of Wild Game in Bulgaria

Here’s a bit of trivia hunters might find interesting about the numeration and use of wild game in Bulgaria!

Red deer – the average use for the country is 13, 57% – 3789 animals. 513 red deer have been shot in 2016.

Fallow deer – the average use for the country is 24,09 % – 2057 animals. 988 fallow deer have been shot in 2016.

Roe deer – the average use for the country is 8,50 % – 9422 animals. 2080 roe deer have been shot in 2016.

Mouflon – the average use for the country is 14,91 % – 603 animals. 123 mouflons have been shot in 2016.

Wild boar – the use for it has been set at 66,36 % from the stock or 62874 animals. 36000 wild boars have been shot in 2016.

Hare – the average use for the country is 10 % – 34801 animals. 7227 hares have been shot in 2016.

Pheasant – the average use for the country is 32 % – 52280 animals. 30473 pheasants have been shot in 2016.

Partridge – the average use for the country is 27 % – 91066 animals. 38111 partridges have been shot in 2016.

Rock partridge – the average use for the country is 7 % – 1205 animals. 282 rock partridges have been shot in 2016.

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Per la caccia di cervo in Bulgaria

Ogni anno, da metà settembre a metà ottobre circa, i cervi maschi, che solitamente vivono in gruppetti monosessuali, si separano per sfidarsi a suon di bramiti. Camminando per i boschi, in questo periodo si odono suoni strazianti e di intensità impensabile. Durante la stagione degli amori, sono avvicinabili con maggior facilità perchè distratti dalle femmine. Può capitare di scorgere anche un solo cervo maschio con 5 o anche 10 cervo femmine intorno. Esso solitamente si sposta sui pendii o nei prati dove può procacciarsi cibo ed è pronto in ogni istante ad ingaggiare battaglia contro i suoi rivali.Dopo questo mese di bramiti, le femmine si separano dai maschi maturi e, con i maschi più giovani, cercano un luogo sicuro e tranquillo dove passare i primi periodi della gestazione.

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