By Barbara Crown, Editor
Uruguay is a hunting destination known for its waterfowl and upland birds, which is why we were intrigued by an operation we recently discovered that is offering big game hunting there. It's called Uruguay Natural Hunting
and is located about 300 kilometers from Montevideo in an area known as Rincon de los Matreros.
The operation is relatively small, about 1,000 hectares (2,471 acres) behind a fence and another 400 hectares (988 acres) free-range. It's not every hunter's cup of tea, but some would be happy with this kind of experience, and it's a destination most big game hunters have not visited.
Trophy wild boar is the biggest draw here, but the property also has red deer, axis deer, fallow deer, angora goats and mouflon. The animals were introduced on the property in the early 1900s, including stags from New Zealand, which were interbred with Argentine red deer......