Argentina Duck Hunting near Buenos Aires
The San Juan Lodge area in Buenos Aires is an attractive spot for duck hunting in Argentina because of its wealth of water and lagoons, marshes and unique landscape, which make it an important habitat for a variety of duck species in Argentina, such as the Black-headed duck, White-faced Whistling-duck, Brazilian Duck, Yellow-billed Pintail, Speckled Teal, Rosy-billed Pochard, Ringed Teal, Silver Teal, Cinnamon Teal, Red Shoveler, and White-cheeked Pintail.
Argentina is home to various species of duck, many of which are unique only to the Southern Hemisphere. Parana Sunrise Hunting and Fishing Lodge, being South America’s top wing shooting location, is visited by Duck Hunting enthusiasts from all over the world for delightful experience and incredible Duck Hunting adventures.
The trophy duck hunting collector will find an amazing thirteen (13) different species of South American waterfowl available. Depending on the time of year, duck hunters have the opportunity to bag; Speckled teal, Ring teal, Cinnamon teal, Silver teal, Brazilian teal, Red Shoveler, Southern Widgeon, two species of Whistling tree duck, White Cheeked pintail, Yellow Billed pintail, Rosy-billed Pochard and Black-headed duck.
Argentina Duck, Dove & Perdiz Hunting in the Entre Rios Province at Los Laureles
Duck hunting starts early in the morning. Breakfast, consisting of coffee, toasts, jams, bacon and eggs, etc., is served at 5:00 AM. Duck hunting goes on until 9:00 AM, when you go back to the lodge to relax, freshen up, take a siesta and get ready for lunch: a starter course with salads and fruit, a main course of beef, chicken, pork or seafood, and a great dessert, all served with coffee, wine, beer, soft drinks or bottled water.