Scientific name: Numida meleagris
Distribution: It is originally from sub-saharan Africa but was later introduced to the West Indies, Brazil, Australia and Europe
Habitat: Helmeted Guineafowl lives in open, dry grasslands and savannah with sparse growth of trees and bushes. It is often also found on farmland.
Description: It is the most famous and widespread wild bird in South Africa. It is the size of a chicken, has black/grey plumage with white spots, a blueish hear and a colourful throat. It lives in flocks of up to 500 birds or more. Hunting for this bird commonly takes on farmland.
Hunting Method: Shotgun
Hunting available in: South Africa
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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