Okanagan Valley in British Columbia is home to the province’s largest concentration of mule deer and moose during the winter months. Puma and wolves follow these animals in an attempt to ensure enough food to survive the harsh winters.
The outfitter arranges and guides his hunts during December and January to ensure that visiting hunters enjoy optimal hunting conditions. The hunt concentrates on the oldest male animals, which helps to ensure there will continue to be a good population of puma here in the future.
The district is more than 5.000 km2 in size, and lies in a beautiful landscape, characterised by forest clad mountains, large and small river allies and lakes. It is also possible to hunt other species in the Kelowna region.