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Dove Hunt in Argentina Feb 2008
In Feb of 2008 I went to Argentina with my buddies Doc, Dave, and John. This was my second trip to the Paco Riestra Resort for Dove Hunting. We were not disappointed!
Argentina is one of the finest bird hunting destinations in the world. Paco's Cordoba region alone boasts 30,000,000 doves, which offers the perfect conditions for hunters looking for non-stop, red-hot barrel action shooting!
To compliment the dove shooting action,Paco offers combination hunts, where you will enjoy a couple days of dove hunting, a couple of days of pigeon hunting. You can also decide to focus your trip on doves or pigeons for the duration of your stay.
After an exciting day of hunting, you will find excellent, first class accommodations, along with delicious food and Argentine wines.
Plants and Trees At The Paco Riestra Resort
The native vegetation of Argentina varies greatly with the different climate and topographical zones of the country. The warm and moist northeastern area supports tropical plants, including such trees as the palm, rosewood, lignum vitae, jacaranda, and red quebracho (a source of tannin). Grasses are the principal variety of native vegetation in the Pampas. Trees, excluding such imported drought-resistant varieties as the eucalyptus, sycamore, and acacia, are practically nonexistent in this region and in most of Patagonia. The chief types of vegetation in Patagonia are herbs, shrubs, grasses, and brambles.