Anatolian Bezoar Ibex
(Capra Aegagrus Aegagrus, Bezoar Ibex, Wild Goat, Bezoarwild, Bauguetin)
Anatolian Red Deer
(Cervus elaphus, Mideastern Red Deer, Red Deer, Rothirsch-Rotwild, Cerfrouge)
(Rupicapra rupicapra asiatica, Anatolian chamois, Gamse-Gamswild, Chamois)
(Gazella marica, Gazelle)
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Bezoar Ibex which is called “Geyik” by Anatolian local’s lives in the steep hills, abrupt locations covered with forests and short bushes starting from the see level at Aegean and up to the altitude of 3000mt in East Turkey...
Anatolian Red Deer
Red deer which is called sacred by Anatolian people is protected and not hunted by locals. Anatolian red deer which is completely living in its natural environment is a spicy which trophy hunters can’t give up...
Chamois which lives on the rocky and naked areas above the border line of forests in summer can also spread in to the deep, brushy and woody valleys. In winter, it lives in steep valleys near forests...
Anatolian gazelle which lives amongst the Tukey’s southern cities of Şanlıurfa has delicate figure, thin legs and big eyes. It prefers to live on not rough steppes where the terrain is sandy, hilly and sparse woody and does not like valley bases and river sides. It strays in groups...
Since the 99% of the population are Muslim in Turkey, wild boar meat does not consumed. According to this reason it’s common to see high rank trophies in this fast growing population. Wild boar that lives in its true natural environment is an irrevocable animal for hunters...
Anatolian Roe Deer
Anatolian Roe Deer lives mostly amongst the Black Sea Region of Turkey. Main hunting regions are Bolu, Bartın, Kastamonu and Karabük proviences. Trophy of this beautiful animal weigh 400 – 500gr...