Scientific Name: Tragelaphus scriptus scriptus
Subspecies: One of the eight subspecies of bushbuck
Distribution: West/central Africa from Senegal in the west to southern Chad in the east and to the Congo in the south.
Habitat: Prefers dense bush, always close to permanent water supplies
Description: The smallest sub-species of bushbuck, with a shoulder height of 66 - 76cm and a weight of 32-45kg. The animal is chestnut red in colour with a prominent “harness” pattern white spots and stripes on its flanks. Females are lighter in colour with a more conspicuous “harness”.
Hunting method: Stalking
Hunting available in: Burkina Faso
For the trophy hunter who misses all the exciting West African species in his collection, Burkina Faso is an interesting destination with great hunting concessions, plenty of game and good game management
7 days hunting stay