TAHR


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IT WAS TOO WET TO START A FIRE, SO WE ROASTED PIECES OF GAMEY TAHR ON A FLAT ROCK PLACED OVER THE STOVE, AND SETTLED IN FOR THE LONG NIGHT.
Given his former day job, he could only squeeze in one or two big-game hunts each fall, but he still managed to tackle trophy whitetails, black bear, axis and fallow deer, mountain tahr, plus numerous African game and multiple buffalo species.
Perhaps the most sure footed creature on earth, the tahr feels right at home among the rock slides and vertical cliffs, far out of reach of their only predator, man.
Our stalk on the tahr wasn't a complete loss, however, as we spotted five stags and three elk within 250 yards of the plateau.
Sir Bani Yas Island witnessed the birth of an endangered Arabian tahr, bringing the total population of the sp Image Credit: TDIC Staff Report
From there we followed NFL legend and two-time Super Bowl Champion Justin Tuck through his journey of becoming a bow-hunter and accompanied him on his most recent hunting trip to New Zealand for a trophy red deer, tahr, and more.
Forty-minutes southwest of Muscat, the steep and jagged slopes of Jebel Aswad, the 'Black Mountain', and Jebel Abyadh, part of the Wadi Sireen Nature Reserve, are home to one of the least known, least researched, most timid mammal in the world--the Arabian Tahr.
"The return of the Arabian tahr to Sir Bani Yas Island is a momentous occasion," said Marius Prinsloo, general manager of Sir Bani Yas Corporate Operations.
Two of the most difficult bow species anywhere are the tahr and chamois.