Great curassow is one of the jungle species available in Campeche.
By Barbara Crown, Editor-in-ChiefEditor's note: This past Jan., Editor-in-Chief Barbara Crown caught up with Sergio Jimenez of Mexico Hunts at the Dallas Safari Club convention where she learned about several new hunting opportunities he's working on. He's opened a new area in the State of Campeche on the Yucatan Peninsula that has not been hunted in four years. He has also started a separate booking agency that we'll tell you more about in a future issue. The new agency can arrange hunts for all seven Mexican subspecies of whitetail deer. Anyone wanting to collect all seven likely will be interested. Plus, he can put you on legally exportable white-lipped peccary in Mexico. This month, we are focusing on what Mexico Hunts is up to these days.
We first reported on the desert bighorn sheep hunting on El Carmen Island in 2007, when the conservation and hunting program there was operated by an organization called OVIS Mexico, or Organizacion Vida Silvestre (see articles 1917, 1938, 2331). Now called Mexico Hunts, it's still owned by the Sada family of Monterrey, Mexico, and managed by Sergio Jimenez (www.mexicohunts.com
; 011-52-81-8863-1563). The company recently expanded its hunting program, adding a new hunt for jungle species on the Yucatan Peninsula....