Ocellated Turkey for 2 hunters, 7-days/7-nights

Currency:USD Category:Hunting Start Price:100.00 USD Estimated At:5,000.00 - 5,000.00 USD
Ocellated Turkey for 2 hunters, 7-days/7-nights
Donor: Safari Unlimited, LLC
2415 Cedar Lake Drive
New Bloomfield, MO 65063

Contact: Amy Pendleton
Hunt: Ocellated Turkey for 2 hunters, 7-days/7-nights
Value: $5,000.00
Dates: mid-March thru mid-May 2019
Alt Year: Yes, 2020
Accommodations Tent Safari.
Add'l Hunter: Yes, $2,500
Method of Harvest: Shotgun.
Observer: Yes, $1,500

Also Included: Meals, bottled water, cold beer, and guides.

Other costs: Overnight before and after in Campeche City (approx. $100 a night), Tips to guide and staff (approx. $500), Shotgun rental with ammo ($150).

Location: Campeche City, Southern Yucatan of Mexico
License: Required, approx. $350.00.
Trophy Fee: 1 Ocellated Turkey per hunter included.

Transportation: Winning bidder responsible for to/from Campeche City. Included during the hunt and to/from Campeche City to Hunt area.

Special Notes: Brocket deer and birds may be added. You will be transported overland for approx. 5 hours, the last couple of hours by Jeep, deep into the jungles that border Guatemala, Belize, and Mexico. This zone is part of one of the largest bio-mass areas in the world, containing tropical forest ranging from high canopy to low bush. Over 400 species of birds call this area home, which is more than the USA and Canada together. This area, rich in Mayan history, was also a major producer of Gum in the late 30s and 40s (yes the original Wrigley’s chewing gum came from here). Your walled tent camp, along a beautiful and cool spring fed creek, will be your home for the next week. This very remote camp is well staffed with a cook, waiter, guides, and powered by evening generator, propane stoves, coolers, and a fleet of rugged Jeeps. Each morning will find you up early with your guide hunting under the vast jungle canopy for a variety of Jungle fowl, Ocellated Turkey, Brocket deer, Puma, Agouti, Coatimundi, and other unusual species. Afternoons are good for a siesta and cool dip in the stream-(we are in Mexico), and then back to jungle for your afternoon hunt. Many Jaguars, Ocelots, and other rare animals such as Tapir and American crocs. inhabit the region.

Exhibitor Booth: No

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