Anatolian Bezoar Ibex is a species of Ibex only unique to Turkey and have the longest horns relation to body size among all Ibex species around the world. Our hunting areas, Eastern Taurus Mountains are known and have proven to produce the longest and highest quality of horns compared to other areas in Turkey. Its horns have grown up to 58inches in few extraordinary cases in the past, our trophy average over the last years have been over 48 inches. We also harvest a dozen or so very big trophies over 50inches each hunting season. Bezoar Ibex can be hunted from mid-October to end of March.
The most efficient time to hunt on fall is between 30 October and 20 December,
since the autumn starts, and the weather cools down and animals movement increase and Ibex will be rutting between approximately mid-November to end of December and spring season is btw. 20 February to end of March.
Hunters need to fly to Adana airport of Turkey, which is an international airport within close proximity of our ibex hunting areas. Bezoar Ibex hunting is mostly conducted from very well forest roads which allows us to reach most parts of our areas, making this hunt most enjoyable for everyone in any physical condition. Of course, we can reach very remote areas with the ‘’Sheep Shape’’ hunter in search of a monarch.