Dove hunt Uruguay year-long. The western Colonia and Rio Negro provinces, especially, are characterized by large agricultural tracts of sorghum, sunflower and soybeans that sustain very large numbers of eared dove. A Uruguay dove hunt is exceptional by U.S. standards: expect to fire 1000-1500 shotshells very easily during an average afternoon Uruguay dove hunt. Dove hunting in Uruguay easily pairs with morning hunts for perdiz or ducks, making it very popular destination among avid wingshooters.
Uruguay Dove Hunting - Estancia San Juan
Exceptional Uruguay dove hunting as part of mixed-bag experience.
Uruguay duck hunting combo at San Juan offers the
convenience of wingshooting all game bird species in Uruguay from
one luxurious estancia.
Uruguay Dove Hunting - San Cirilo
High-volume dove, duck, pigeon and perdiz hunting from a beautifully restored estancia.
Estancia San Cirilo overlooks Uruguay's Rio Negro delta, and the thousands of acres of pasture, and crops that define this Uruguay dove hunt combo.