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Hunting, shooting for Bison

Stalking, Bowhunting, Hunting from a Blind

Picturesque valleys of grassland being beaten by the stomping hooves of a bison is a timeless image.

It is an exclusive hunt, exotic in the pure history of this beloved animal. Getting to stalk one of the trophy animals of North America or Africa is a must on your bucket list.

Moderately challenging drives through thousands of acres of open prairies can be enjoyed by all hunting enthusiasts throughout the world. Bison can run, swim and jump at unsuspectingly good rates, creating a situation of a quick shoot to the vitals to avoid any runaways.

If startled, grouped bison can produce a startling stamped, favouring running away to facing a predator with their poor eyesight and slow reactions. Stomping through the snow or sweating it out in the African plains, going for Bison is worth the trip, their hides being top-quality trophies to bring home in addition to their plentiful pounds of delicious meat.

Stalked alone or with a second shooter, bison are a serious target.

Basic Info

Scientific name: Bison bison athabascae

Size: length 2 – 3.5 m

Weight: 620 kg

Lifespan: 25 years

Methods: Bow hunting, Hunting from a blind, Stalking

Continent(s): Northern Hemisphere