Wild Free Range Woods Bison
In Alberta, they have several free ranging herds of Trophy Bison, of which only one area is actually hunted. It is a fact that the Wild bison have always existed in this range and man has never pushed them out of the area. We know of nowhere else in North America where you can hunt native, free ranging bison in their natural habitat.Fortunately, these bison are not a pure wood bison. This allows export of your cape and horns to the United States. Although not pure wood strain, a bull may weigh up to 2600 lbs. and cow 1500 lbs.General hunt dates - May or early June, expect temperatures ranging from (32 F - 70F)
A guide will meet you and escort you to the camp. Most of the traveling from that point will be done on a quad, or agro. It is common to travel up to 80 km (50 miles) in a day. The very elusive timber wolf inhabits the same vast Boreal forest region as the Bison. They can be hunted with fair success at any time during the hunt.Your days will be filled with excitement tracking down the legendary buffalo. The hunt can be long and difficult but for the avid trophy hunter it is the thrill of a lifetime.
No license is required to hunt bison in Alberta, and because they are not considered pure wood bison strain, a CITES permit is not required for export but is recommended to have a letter from Cities.
May - June 2017