Scientific name: Tadorna cana
Distribution: It is native to southern Africa and is today common in Namibia and South Africa.
Habitat: It can be found on large open areas of freshwater and on grassland. It lives mainly off aquatic plant so it is rarely seen far from large bodies of freshwater
Description: It has a reddish body and wings with that are vividly marked with black, white and green. The male has a greyish head while that of the female is white. In flight they resemble an Egyptian goose.
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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