In the Czech Republic, Ullmann suggested we contact Ivan Bezák, the owner of Tatralov (phone from the US: 011-421-255-423250; mobile: 011-421-904-652-273). Here's how Bezák described his hunts to us in an email response to our inquiry: "We do offer Kri-Kri hunts in Central Europe. Our clients shoot two to four Kri-Kri every year. How many animals can be taken depends on the yearly counts by the game reserves. Pricing depends on size and age of the animal and is quoted when available, based on a waiting list we have for these animals. Usually our clients also hunt, at the same time as the Kri-Kri, some of the 20 other big game species we offer."
We have five reports on recent hunts arranged by Bezák, including three from subscriber Doug Yajko who hunted from late November into early December 2012, taking "racka" sheep (Report 8986), Tatra chamois (8972), and European whitetail deer (8987), but failing to take golden jackal due to heavy fog. We also have Report 8013 from Ed Yates, who took a chamois with Tatralov in December 2010, and report 6930 from Rex Baker who hunted with Bezák in 2008.
The other European agent Ullmann told us offers Kri-Kri ibex is Josip Tomljanovic, of J&P Agent in Croatia (phone from the US: 011-385-53-884-554, mobile 011-385-98-425-651; www.jip-agent.com). They do not list Kri-Kri on their website. At press time, we received an email from Tomljanovic (Dalmatian.email@example.com) with the following clarification:
"Kri-kri ibex is not on my website for two reasons. First, the population on the island we hunt is growing, but for now is still small. It has produced only one old male in the last two or three years. That is not enough for normal offering.