Scientific name: Alopochen aegyptiaca
Distribution: The Egyptian goose is originally from sub-saharan Africa and the Nile valley in Egypt. Over the last few centuries breeding populations have become established in north west Europe and the U.S.A.
Habitat: It is a common bird in South Africa, often found close to farmland close to streams, rivers and lakes. It mainly each plants such as grass, seeds and leaves.
Description: Its plumage can vary between different shades of brown and grey, it has a brown mask , a bark patch on its belly and large areas of white on its wings, that are most clearly seen in flight. It has long pale red legs. The Egyptian goose has a body weight of around 2.5cm and a wingspan of up to 1.4 meters. It is one of the most challenging birds to hunt in South Africa.
Hunting Method: Shotgun.
Hunting available in: South Africa, north west Europe, parts of the U.S.A.
World class wing shooting on more than 100,000 hectares of land in different parts of South Africa. Perfect conditions for more than 20 different bird species that include pigeons, ducks, geese, guinea fowl and sandgrouse.
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