Scientific Name: Ourebia ourebi
Subspecies: Up to 13 subspecies are recognised. The only one of these that is very different from the others is the Haggard Oribi (see description)
Distribution: South Africa, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia (Caprivi), Angola, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Chad, CAR, Cameroun and all West African States to Senegal.
Habitat: Grassy plains, very thinly bushed country, never far from water.
Description: Smal antelope weighing 15 - 20 kg. with a shoulder height not normally exceeding 65 cm. General colour from bright sandy rufous to brownish fawn, sharply contrasted with the pure white belly. It has white markings over the eyes and on the throat (the Haggard Oribi is light fawn without dark markings on the face). The Oribi also has a rounded patch of bare skin below the ear appearing as a black spot. The horns are straight, slender and more or less ringed at their base.
Hunting method: Pürsch
Hunting available in: South Africa, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia (Caprivi), Zambia, Tanzania, Chad, CAR, Cameroun, Burkina Faso, Benin.