DUCK HUNTING IN ENTRE RIOS

DUCK HUNTING IN ENTRE RIOS

DUCK HUNTING IN ENTRE RIOS

Duck Hunting species in Argentina consist of local varieties as well as migratory ducks, depending on weather patterns. Migratory species include Rosy Billed Pochards and Pintails. The local species which are not affected by migration in entre ríos province are Brazilian Teal, Ring Teal, Speckled Teal, Silver Teal, Cinnamon Teal, Red Shoveler and Whistling Ducks. All of our duck hunting in entre ríos properties are in the Entre Rios province which literally means ‘between rivers’. Commonly referred to as ‘siempre verde’ or ‘always green’, this is the most ideal duck habitat in entre ríos Argentina due to the fabulous amount of fresh water it possesses in rivers, marshes and ponds. Additionally, Duck Hunting in Entre Rios receives more rainfall than any other area in the country with precipitation occurring twelve months out of the year. While we are able to access hard to reach marsh areas with the aid of amphibious vehicles, we hunt small ponds out of dry blinds just as frequently thus eliminating the need for waders and long travel. Our variety of ducks are very different than those found in the Northern hemisphere, including the Withe chek pintail, Silver Teal, Ringed Teal, Cinnamon Teal, Red Shoveler, Brazilian Duck, Southern Widgeon, Speckled Teal, Tree ducks and the sporty Rosy Billed Pochard. Duck hunting in entre ríos is a must in the agenda of any waterfowl hunter around the world.

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