Cordoba Province, located in central Argentina, offers the best dove shooting in the world. The mild climate, extensive agriculture, and perfect roosting conditions produce an ever-increasing population of doves. Shooters International operations are located in northern Cordoba and provides the finest dove shooting in Argentina.
Shooters International assures the very finest in dove shooting. We own, lease and control over 85,000 acres of the best land in the heart of the prime roosting areas in Argentina. The roosting ground is a heavily wooded area with native trees called Piquillin, usually crossed by natural streams, producing ideal habitat for the reproduction of doves. Vast and fertile valleys that furnish immense quantities of grain surround these refuges. In addition, we plant crops exclusively for doves on their land and use no till methods that provide consistent and unlimited amounts of food. By practicing these game management techniques, we are the only outfitters in the area that offer excellent shooting throughout the entire year.
The eared dove is the most prominent game bird in the area. It is known to produce up to three broods per year, and will rear two birds per clutch. A recent Argentinean Game and Natural Resources study estimates the dove population in the area to be upwards of 100 million birds.
The eared dove is similar in size and appearance to the North American mourning dove. Its distinguishing characteristic of flying throughout the day ensures the opportunity for nonstop shooting. It’s not uncommon to shoot 2 to 3 cases of shells per day.
Beginning wing shooters will have countless opportunities to improve their skill level. Experienced guns can take great satisfaction in picking more challenging high targets. You can expect to shoot between 2 to 4 cases of shells in a normal