The Argentinean territory is characterized by its natural beauty and its capable rural scenarios for the hunt.
Their fauna is one of the richest of the world for the quantity and variety of species. For the extension of the country, this it is diversified according to their specific habitat, finding autochthonous and exotic varieties.
Species like the red deer and the wild boar were introduced at the beginning of the XIX century by pioneers as Pedro Luro and Aaron of Anchorena, farmers fond of the expeditionary sport and avid hunt. They incorporated this fauna to their fields in Argentina that then was being dispersed for the rest of the territory.
Nevertheless, the wealth faunística of the Argentina is protected by laws and regulations, especially that fauna that is autochthonous. Therefore it is indispensable condition, to respect those norms to be able to hunt in Argentinean territory.
The hunt was the man's first occupation, it always represented a demonstration of value, ability and nobility. To hunt is not to kill. The persecution and the final approach to a prey demand a great physical and mental effort.
It is necessary to read the land correctly, to obtain data on the customs of the looked for animals, to watch, to look for the best shot position, to point and to give in the target.
Knowledge, patience and aim are needed. For that reason this activity only has value when the laws of the Nature are respected.
It is not the quantity what should flatter the hunter, but the challenge of a long one and extenuante walk, the tension of the wait, or the one studied plan for a final result. This means to hunt with integrity, quality and for mainly, respect.
The Argentina , for its geographical position has a climate that allows to the hunter, to organize programs of more hunt and smaller hunt, the whole year in different provinces