The Himalayan Tahr (Hemitragus jemlahicus) are situated in the Southern Alps of the South Island, New Zealand. The first animals arrived here by ship via an English game park (Woburn Abbey) and they have thrived ever since.
If there is any animal that can be truly awe inspiring in the mountains of New Zealand, to see a bull Tahr traversing precipitous rock or snow at speed is the sight of a life time, they are clearly the monarch of the mountains. They would be one of the most challenging Species to hunt in New Zealand as they live in some of New Zealands most toughest Alpine Environments.
Our Government Concession covers this region.