CANTABRIAN CHAMOIS, REBECO (RUPICAPRA PYRENAICA PARVA). Is one of the most elusive mountain animals, their horns are in the shape of a hook and constitute an attractive trophy. Cantabrian Chamois bears many similarities with its cousin, the Pyrenean chamois, but it is slightly smaller, with morphological differences that are difficult to distinguish at first glance. Cantabrian chamois hunt is done from the 1st September to 15th November and From 1st June to 15th July.
Specie: Rupicapra Pyrenaica Parva
Body height: 2,45 ft. 75 cm.
Weight: 66 lbs 30 kgs.
CANTABRIAN CHAMOIS HUNTING METHOD
Hunting is done by stalking in Government Game reserves in Cantabrian Mountains
CANTABRIAN CHAMOIS HUNTING SEASON
From the 1st September to 15th November and From 1st June to 15th July.
The habitat for this sub-species is the Cantabrian Mountain Range in northern Spain. We hunt on several game reserves in the Province of Leon. The hunting area is at least 4 hours from Madrid airport.
CANTABRIAN CHAMOIS HABITAT
Highest rock mountains between 5.500 – 9.515 ft. 1700 – 2.900 m.
CANTABRIAN CHAMOIS CHARACTERITISCS
CANTABRIAN CHAMOIS, REBECO (RUPICAPRA PYRENAICA PARVA).
We are hunting in several hunting game reserves, from the Province of Leon.
CANTABRIAN CHAMOIS HUNTING MAP