Impala hunting in Namibia
Black-faced Impala hunting in Namibia
A mature trophy is considered to be a buck Impala “past its prime”.
.243 (or equivalent in mm) / 1350 joules
Did you know?
Impalas snort when they see danger to warn each other.
- Only the impala males wear horns
- Horns grow up to 90 centimeters long
- Completely hardened horn base and worn features on the horn
- Secondary horn growth in particularly old animals (easily recognizable second growth of the horn)
Indigenous & unfenced
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Erongo hunting farm #5
✓ perfect for a maximum of two adventurers who love the rustic & traditional hunt
✓ natural hunting areas (without cattle/farm operations)
✓ accommodation in safari tents
✓ hunting moments in unique nature that leave a lasting impression
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