The summer weather in New Zealand will average highs around 72°F and lows around 54°F. Average rainfall days in summer (December thru February) are just around 7 days.
Tahr: Tahr have come off the high mountain tops to feed in the lower elevations making an excellent opportunity to harvest one of these grand trophies without the tough physical effort usually needed in the winter and early spring.
Chamois: These alpine animals continue to stay in the higher elevations at this time of year. Hunting for Chamois is not as difficult as the winter and early spring due to the fact that the snow has melted.
Stag: This time of year the red stag and fallow stag have just about or fully grown out their antlers and will be in velvet till about mid-February. This is a unique opportunity to harvest a beautiful stag in velvet.
Goat & Ram: Hunting the Arapawa ram and feral goat is a year round opportunity.
Wild Boar: Hunting the wild boar is a year round opportunity.
Fishing: Trout fishing is available this time of year in the rivers and local lakes.
Wingshooting: Canada Geese and Black-backed seagull hunting is available at this time of year.