Bird Shooting in Tanzania
The Bag & The Shooting Day
Guns are allowed a maximum of 50 birds each per day on license. A group of 4 shooters could expect to get a mixed bag of up to 100 to 200 birds a day. We recommend groups of at least 4 guns.
The shooting day is made up of early morning pre breakfast shoots, often targeting flighting birds such as sandgrouse, dove, and if in the right area, duck and teal. After breakfast there are some great walk up shooting opportunities on francolin and spur fowl, generally followed by a picnic lunch out in the African bush. After a bit of a siesta the afternoon usually entails some more walk-up birds mixed in with some driven birds - especially flocks of guinea fowl which can be very entertaining - before sundowners and the drive back to camp for a relaxed evening with dinner and drinks around the camp fire.
I can only say my Tanzania hunt with Robin Hurt Safaris contained everything I hoped and dreamed of. Truly a special time, combining what I imagine to be old time African safari camp feel with country of immense interest. And great hunting. Something that brings a huge smile to my face every time
I think of it.”
Peter Hutson, New Zealand
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