Most tahr hunters head to New Zealand, where the species was introduced in 1904. Instead, Jens Kjaer Knudsen travels to where the species has always resided: the Himalayan Mountains in Nepal. Thomas Nissen reports…
New Zealand has just come close to a cataclysmic mass cull of its tahr herd. Byron Pace uncovers how these plans came about and how they were stopped at the last minute
Hunting with his son, Daryl Crimp faces a race against time to get into an old tahr bull before the unforgiving weather closes in
If you want to see what a country’s like on the surface, go as a tourist. If you want to see what it is really like, go and hunt there.