Hunting Season: 1st August– 31st December
Forms of mouflon can be found in isolated pockets right across Europe and the Middle East into Central Asia. They are the most anatomically diverse wild sheep, amongst them the smallest ovis representatives in the World. With 17 subspecies across his range the mouflon can be easily divided into 3 categories. Urial, with the latin name vignei, Asiatic mouflon, with the latin name gmelini and the European Mouflon, with the latin name aries. The European Mouflon is the direct link to today’s domestic sheep. During the Neolithic period, c.6000BC, a feral population of semi-Domesticated sheep were introduced to the Mediterranean Islands of Corsica and Sardinia, it is the descendents of these sheep, encouraged by introductions on mainland Europe that make up the population of European Mouflon that can be hunted today.