Hunters will face a continuous stream of low-flying decoying ducks of half a dozen species, including the prized rosy-billed pochards. The guns will keep busy all morning as wave after wave of ducks hit the decoy spreads.
The spotted tinamou (common or lesser perdiz) is Argentina’s main upland game. Very abundant in natural grass pastures, perdiz make great table fare and its short and explosive flight demands good shooting skills. El Carrizal is also home to large populations of crested tinamou (giant perdiz). These fast-flying birds flush in coveys and are extremely fun to shoot.