Kri-kri ibex is likely among the rarest of the Capra trophies because of the limited opportunity, and therefore is of interest to aficionados looking to complete a collection. Continuing subscribers will recall our 2009 update on the hunting opportunities for this sub-species (see Article ID 2262). The information in that story still accurately reflects the basics: weather and sea conditions can cost you hunting days, the hunting hours are restricted to about 9 am to 3 pm, only borrowed shot guns with slugs are allowed, and the island is very brushy, requiring hunters to ambush ibex on trails or from a vantage point at shorter distances than a rifle would allow. This is a hunt for experienced collectors.
The only other place where kri-kri ibex can be hunted is neighboring Macedonia, where they are available on two large fenced estates, Lakavica, which until March of this year was run by Srdja Dimitrijevic of Safari International (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Tikves Lake, which is booked through The Hunting Consortium (540-955-0090).........(continued)