The Next Hunting Adventure
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The terrain in the Colorado Sub-alpine region is comprised of vast expanses of plains and mountains with abundant pine forest. The variety of fauna provides the opportunity to hunt both big and small game in a diversified habitat.
The steep slopes and harsh climate of the Colorado Rockies are not conducive to vegetation. Nonetheless this has not prevented species like the snowshoe hare, moose and cougar from flourishing there.
The plateaus and canyons of the Southern United States offer a variety of hunting environments. Antelopes and coyotes, as well as bison and eastern cottontail thrive, hidden in this uneven landscape.
The biggest desert in North America, the arid plains of Chihuahua are home to one of the most diverse habitats on the planet. The flora and fauna in this region make it exceptional for hunting.
Western Alberta is dominated by snow-capped mountains blanketed in spruce and pine. With peaks nearly 4,000 m high, the Rockies provide excellent visibility when tracking game.
The lakes of Alberta are popular hunting spots. They are popular not only for their flora and magnificent azure water, but also for their fauna, where waterfowl hunting is de rigueur.
Located on the south coast of Alaska, this temperate forested region with an oceanic climate is known for the abundant precipitation there. This damp hunting area is largely covered by conifers.
With winter temperatures dropping below -34° C, the tundra is a mountainous and snowy habitat with sterile ground. Caribou and Arctic hare are species that symbolize this hunting area.
The extensive forests of France are mostly made up of oak. These reservoirs of biodiversity are home to species typical of French forests such as grey wolves, European rabbits and wild boar.
Take up a position in a beautiful setting next to water, bordered by the Alps and lush vegetation. Hunting wildfowl is never as soothing as it is in the French Alps.
The Highlands are located in the north and west of Scotland. These barren regions are dominated by rocky mountains and hills, and by heather- and fern-covered moors.
“Loch” is the term used to designate a stretch of water. On the banks of the river running through the glen - which is a deep valley - you can admire the extent of the mountainous region of the Scottish Highlands.