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Anlem Trust provides an exclusive bushveld destination situated in the Limpopo Province South Africa.  Rifle and bow hunting opportunity covering 2000HA/5000 Acres with a wide variety of species including extinct in the wild Scimitars, Crocodiles, Livingstone Eland and plains game.  Offering a unique experience for a McNab challenge to hunt, fish and wing shoot all in 12 hours.
Anlem Trust provides an exclusive bushveld destination situated in the Limpopo Province South Africa.  Rifle and bow hunting opportunity covering 2000HA/5000 Acres with a wide variety of species including extinct in the wild Scimitars, Crocodiles, Livingstone Eland and plains game.  Offering a unique experience for a McNab challenge to hunt, fish and wing shoot all in 12 hours.

Dangerous & Plains Game

Available at Louisiana Game Farm, Van Wykskraal Farm, Faure Farm & Rooipan Farm.

Aardwolf

Higher at the shoulders than the rump with long coarse hair.  Resembles the look of a hyena although a lot smaller with dark brown to black hair, with yellow and light brown.  Black stripes around legs and body with pointy ears, a black face and feet.  Mostly active during the night and feeds on termite ants, eating up to 300,000 a night.

Scientific Name: Proteles cristatus

Shoulder Height: 50cm / 19in 

Total Length: 84-100cm / 33-39in; tail 20-28cm / 7-11in

Mass: 6-11kg / 13-24lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Not recognised as a trophy animal and on no formal list.

No Hunting Allowed

Baboon

Baboon (Chacma)

Also known as a Savanna Baboon.  Largest primate in Southern Africa, males a lot larger than females with a shorter tail than your average primate. Faces appear dog-like and colours vary from grey to brown with course hair. Nearly always found in troops with dominant males.

Scientific Name: Papio ursinus

Male Shoulder Height: 120-160cm / 47-62in; tail 60-85cm / 23-33in

Male Mass: 25-45kg / 55-99lb

Female Total Length:  100-120cm / 39-47in; tail 50-60cm / 19-23in

Female Mass: 12-20kg / 26-44lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Not recognised as a trophy animal and on no formal list.

Hunting Available

Black-Footed Cat

Also known as Small Spotted Cat.  Small cat size with a pale body covered in dark brown to black spots with a short black-ringed and tipped tail, back of the ears same colour as body. Smallest cat species being nocturnal its rarely seen.

Scientific Name: Felis nigripes

Shoulder Height: 25cm / 9in 

Total Length: 50-63cm / 19-24in; tail 26cm / 10in

Mass: 1.3-2.5kg / 2.8-5.1lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Class:  CITES 1

No Hunting Allowed

Blesbok

Blesbok

Dull reddish brown body colour with pale white on the buttocks and limbs. Horns are a straw yellowish colour; female horns are slenderer than those of the ram.  Blesbok usually have a white broken facial blaze.

Scientific Name: Damaliscus pygargus phillipsi

Shoulder Height: 94-96cm / 37-38in

Total Length: 1.7-2m / 66-78in; tail 30-45cm / 11-17in

Mass: 70kg / 15-35lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 16½ inches – Record 20⅝ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 40 inches – Minimum Bow 35 inches

Hunting Available

Brown Hyena

Heavy built, standing higher at the shoulders than rump. Dark and light brown hair to black, only has stripes around legs.  Thick long hair and a light brown mane.  Short bushy tail and erect ears.  Mainly solitary animals and nocturnal.

Scientific Name: Hyaena brunnea

Shoulder Height: 80cm / 31in

Total Length:  130-160cm / 51-62in; tail 17-30cm / 6-11in

Mass Male:  47kg / 103lb

Mass Female:  42kg / 92lb

Rowland Ward – Minimum 15 inches – Record 17½ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 16½ inches – Minimum Bow 12 inches

No Hunting Allowed

African buffalo

Buffalo (Cape or Southern)

Large cattle-like appearance with a heavy built with large hooves and colours ranging from dark brown to black.  Massive horns curving down, outwards and inwards with a central horn base called a ‘boss’.  Large ears and a cow-type tail with black hair.

Scientific Name: Syncerus caffer

Shoulder Height Male: 1.4m / 55in

Total Length Male:  2.9m / 114in; tail 70cm / 27in

Mass Male:  700kg / 1543lb

Mass Female:  550kg / 1212lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 42 inches– Record 64 inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 101 inches – Minimum Bow 90 inches

Hunting Available

Bushbuck (Southern)

Small bright chestnut to dark brown colour with vertical stripes and spots on their sides.  Two white patches on throat and may or may not have a broken line on the face, broad ears with a bushy white tail, brown above.  Crest of longish black hair down ram, raised when it feels threatened.  Only the rams have horns with a single spiral to back and can be extremely sharp in young rams.

Scientific Name: Tragelaphus scriptus roualeyni

Shoulder Height Male: 80m / 31in

Shoulder Height Female: 70cm / 27in

Total Length Male:  1.36-1.66m / 53-65in; tail 20cm / 7in

Total Length Female:  1.3-1.5m / 51-59in; tail 20cm / 7in

Mass Male:  45kg / 99lb

Mass Female:  30kg / 66lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 15 inches – 21⅞ Record inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 31 inches – Minimum Bow 28 inches

Hunting Available

Bushpig (Southern)

Pig-like appearance with long reddish-brown to grey-brown bristle haired body and tufts on the ears. Facial hair and mane a paler white colour with a long head.  Some develop extremely hairy coats and a pair of warts on the muzzle.

Scientific Name: Potamochoerus larvatus

Shoulder Height: 55-88cm / 21-34in

Total Length: 1.3-1.7m / 51-66in; tail 38cm / 14in

Mass: 46-115kg / 101-253lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward: 

Minimum 5½ inches – Record 12¼ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 12 inches – Minimum Bow 9 inches

Hunting Available

Caracal

Caracal

A large built cat, with higher hindquarters than shoulders and a short red tail.  Colour varies from reddish fawn to a richer red, underparts off white and long black pointed ears with black tuft.  Face marked with red, white and black.

Scientific Name: Caracal caracal

Shoulder Height: 40-45cm /15-17in

Total Length:  70-110cm / 27-43in; tail 18-34cm / 7-13in

Mass:  7-19kg / 15-41lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 8⁴/₉ inches – Record 11¾ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 6 inches – Minimum Bow 5 inches

Hunting Available

Civit (African)

Large size with body marked in black spots and stripes with grey and white in between, black legs.  Long course hair with a mane of black hair, black tipped ears and a bushy tail.  Holds back in an arch and head low when walking.

Scientific Name: Civettictis civetta

Shoulder Height: 40cm /15in

Total Length:  120-140cm / 47-55in; tail 40-50cm / 15-19in

Mass:  9-15kg / 19-33lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 8 inches – Record 9⁴/₅ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 7 inches – Minimum Bow 6⁵/₁₆ inches

No Hunting Available

Crocodile baring teeth

Crocodile (Nile)

Largest freshwater crocodile in Africa and second largest worldwide.  Body has faded black spots and stripes with a yellowish body colour and green eyes.  They darken with age and are well camouflaged in water.

Scientific Name: Crocodylus niloticus

Total Length:  3.5-5m / 11.5-16.4ft

Mass Male:  225-750kg / 500-1650lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 14 feet – Record 17 feet 8⅞ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 9 feet 7 inches – Minimum Bow 8 feet 7 inches

Hunting Available

Duiker (Blue)

Smallest antelope in Southern Africa with a grey-blue colour and a white belly to neck area.  The bushy tail is constantly wagged with both males and females having short pointed horns.  Usually found singly, but do occur in pairs.

Scientific Name: TaPhilantomba (Cephalophus) monticola

Shoulder Height: 30-35cm / 11-13in

Total Length:  62-84cm / 24-33in; tail 7-12cm / 2.7-4.7in

Mass:  3.5-6kg / 7.7-13lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 1¾ inches– Record 2⅞ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 4 ⁴/₁₆ inches – Minimum Bow 3 ⁹/₁₆ inches

Hunting Available

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Eland (Cape)

Massive body size, fawn-tawny colour with grey to blue grey as they age, particularly along the neck and shoulders.  Adult bulls typically develop a large dewlap on the throat and a dark patch of hair on the forehead.  Eland has a short dark mane down their neck and a black tipped tail. Both sexes have horns with slight spirals, but the male has thicker and deeper ridges on their horns.

Scientific Name: Taurotragus oryx

Shoulder Height Male: 1.7m / 66in

Shoulder Height Female: 1.5cm / 59in

Total Length Male:  3-4.2m / 118-165in; tail 60cm / 23in

Total Length Female:  2.2-3.5m / 86-137in; tail 60cm / 23in

Mass Male:  700-900kg / 1540-1984lb

Mass Female:  450kg / 992lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 35 inches– Record 47½ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 77 inches – Minimum Bow 69 inches

Hunting Available

Eland (Livingstone)

Massive body size, fawn-tawny colour with grey to blue grey as they age, particularly along the neck and shoulders.  Adult bulls typically develop a large dewlap on the throat and a dark patch of hair on the forehead.  Livingstone have a short black mane down the back of their neck to a black tipped tail.  Black markings visible behind the front legs and a black line running under the belly. White chevron between the eyes. Stripes over the body are of huge importance and must be visible. Both sexes have horns with slight spirals, but the male has thicker and deeper ridges on their horns.

Scientific Name: Tragelaphus oryx livingstonii

Shoulder Height Male: 1.7m / 66in

Shoulder Height Female: 1.5cm / 59in

Total Length Male:  3-4.2m / 118-165in; tail 60cm / 23in

Total Length Female:  2.2-3.5m / 86-137in; tail 60cm / 23in

Mass Male:  700-900kg / 1540-1984lb

Mass Female:  450kg / 992lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 35 inches – Record 46⅝ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 79 inches – Minimum Bow 70 inches

Hunting Available

Gemsbok

Gemsbuck (Southern Oryx)

Greyish body colour with various black and white markings, robust built with a long horse-like tail.  Both sexes carry long ridged horns with the females longer and thinner horns and male shorter thicker horns.

Scientific Name: Oryx gazella

Shoulder Height: 1.2m / 47in

Total Length:  2.2-2.5m / 86-98in; tail 46cm / 18in

Mass Male:  240kg / 529lb

Mass Female:  210kg / 462lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 40 inches – Record 49½ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 80 inches – Minimum Bow 72 inches

Hunting Available

Wildlife at Anlemtrust Game Hunting Lodge

Giraffe

Tallest animal in the world with a large size, long neck and legs.  Off white body colour with large red-black patches, older bulls are often very dark. Small horns are present on top of the head.  Very curious animal.

Scientific Name: Giraffa camelopardalis

Shoulder Height Male: 3.9-5.2m / 153-204in

Shoulder Height Female: 3.7-4.7cm / 145-185in

Total Length Male:  4.6-5.7m / 181-224in; tail 95-150cm / 37-59in

Total Length Female:  2.2-3.5m / 86-137in; tail 75-90cm / 29-35in

Mass Male:  970-1400kg / 2138-3086lb

Mass Female:  700-950kg / 1543-2094lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Not recognised as a trophy animal and on no formal lists.

Hunting Available

Hare

Hare (Savanna)

Brown to grey colour with black flecks and a white belly.  Long ears with strong hind legs and a short fluffy tail.  Very soft fur, mostly active during the night

Scientific Name: Lepus saxatilis

Total Length:  45-65cm / 17-25in; tail 7-17cm / 2.7-6in

Mass:  1.5-4.5kg / 3-9lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Not recognised as a trophy animal and on no formal lists.

Hunting Available

Hippopotamus

Hippopotamus

Massive animal with a huge head and body, short legs with four toes.  Skin has no fur and a greyish black to pink colour.  Tusk-like teeth can deliver a crushing blow.  Spends most of the day in water or mud and grazes at night, travelling up to 30km.  Bulls can be solitary, but herds are common.  They can remain under water for up to 6 minutes.

Scientific Name:  Hippopotamus amphibius

Shoulder Height: 1.5m / 59in

Total Length:  3.4-4.2m / 133-165in; tail 30-50cm / 11-19in

Mass Male:  1000-2000kg / 2204-4409lb

Mass Female:  1000-1700kg / 2204-3747lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 25 inches – Record 43⅝ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 50 inches – Minimum Bow 45 inches

Hunting Available

Impala (Southern)

Medium size with reddish to pale colour, the belly, underside of neck and chin are white. Black on tail and buttocks as well as on the lower legs and ears.  Only rams have horns curving backwards and up.

Scientific Name: Aepyceros melampus

Shoulder Height: 90cm / 35in

Total Length:  1.6-1.72m / 62-107in; tail 28cm / 11in

Mass Male:  45-80kg / 99-176lb

Mass Female:  34-52kg / 74-114lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 23 ⅝ inches – Record 30⅞ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 54⅞ inches – Minimum Bow 46 inches

Colour Variants: Black

Hunting Available

Jackal

Jackal (Black-Backed)

Dog-like appearance with a dark white-flecked ‘saddle’ on their back, with fairly large pointed reddish-backed ears and a black bushy tail. Males larger than females, appearance the same. Can be seen by chance during the day, mainly nocturnal and active during the night. 

Scientific Name: Canis Mesomelas

Shoulder Height: 30-48cm / 11-18in

Total Length:  71-130cm / 27-51in; tail 26-40cm / 10-15in

Mass:  6-12kg / 13-26lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 9 inches – Record 10¾ inches

S.C.I. – None Available

Hunting Available

Klipspringer

The only antelope that walks on the tips of its hoofs and also home to rocky areas.  Spiny type hair with a stocky built, varies in colour from grey to brown with yellow undertones. Ears are black bordered.  Only the ram has short horns with rings around the base and vertically placed. 

Scientific Name: Oreotragus oreotragus

Shoulder Height: 50-60cm / 19-23in

Total Length:  80-100cm / 31-39in; tail 8cm / 3in

Mass Male:  10kg / 22lb

Mass Female:  13kg / 28lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 4 ⅟₈ inches – Record 6⅜ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 10 inches – Minimum Bow 9 inches

Hunting Available

Kudu

Kudu (Greater Southern)

Big size with long legs and large ears, colour from brown to grey with 6-10 white stripes, spots on cheeks and a band between eyes.  Black tipped bushy tail with along mane on back and around neck, large eyes.  Only the males have long spiralling horns.

Scientific Name: Tragelaphus strepsiceros

Shoulder Height: 1.2-1.55m / 47-61in

Total Length:  2.3-2.9m / 90-114in; tail 43cm / 16in

Mass Male:  250kg / 551lb

Mass Female:  165-180kg / 363-396lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 53⅞ inches – 73⅞ Record inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 113⁴/₈ inches – Minimum Bow 108 inches

Hunting Available

Leopard

Large and strong cat, white to a yellow, orange colour with black spots.  Long tail, around half of its body length.  Normally solitary and more active during the night, rarely seen.

Scientific Name: Panthera pardus

Shoulder Height: 70-80cm / 27-31in

Total Length:  1.6-2.1m / 62-82in; tail 68-110cm / 26-43in

Mass Male:  20-90kg / 44-198lb

Mass Female:  17-60kg / 37-132lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 15⅜ inches – 19 Record inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 14 inches – Minimum Bow 12 inches

No Hunting Allowed

Monkey (Vervet)

Grey coloured hair with black on face, ears and may have black on tail, hands and feet.  Lives in troops near a food and water sources.

Scientific Name: Chlorocebus pygerythrus

Total Length Male:  100-130cm / 39-51in; tail 60-75cm / 23-29in

Total Length Female:  95-110cm / 37-43in; tail 48-65cm / 18-25in

Mass Male:  4-8kg / 8-17lb

Mass Female:  3.5-5kg / 7-11lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Not recognised as a trophy animal and on no formal list.

Hunting Available

 

Mountain Reedbuck (Southern)

Greyish colour with white on belly and white markings on legs and tail.  Long narrow ears and flees with its tail in the air.  Only the males have short, forward curved and ringed horns.

Scientific Name: Redunca fulvorufula

Scientific Name: Redunca fulvorufula

Total Length:  1.3-1.5m / 51-59in; tail 20cm / 7in

Mass:  30kg / 66lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 6 inches – 10 Record inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 11 inches – Minimum Bow 9 inches

Hunting Available

Nyala

Nyala

Colour of the male between dark brown and grey, females have a lighter brown to chestnut colour.  Both marked with 8-14 white stripes and spots on rear and face, white upper lip. Bushy tail, ram has a long mane running down his back as well as hair down the underside of his neck.  Only the male has horns curving outwards and up with yellow horn tips.

Scientific Name: Tragelaphus angasii

Shoulder Height Male: 1.15m / 45in

Shoulder Height Female: 97cm / 38in

Total Length Male:  2.1m / 82in; tail 43cm / 16in

Total Length Female:  1.8m / 70in; tail 36cm / 14in

Mass Male:  108kg / 238lb

Mass Female:  62kg / 136lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 27 inches – Record 33¼inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 63 inches – Minimum Bow 56 inches

Hunting Available

Ostrich

Ostrich (South African)

Largest living bird laying the largest eggs.  Feather colour range from Black, white and grey with the males to grey and white with the females.  Skin colour grey to pink with a wingspan of 2 meters, ostrich can cover 3-5m in a single stride and reach speeds of 70km/h.

Scientific Name: Struthio camelus

Total Length Male:  2.1-2.8m / 82-110in

Total Length Female:  1.7-2m / 66-78in

Mass:  63-145kg / 138-319lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Not recognised as a trophy animal and on no formal list.

Hunting Available

Porcupine (Cape)

Largest rodent in Southern Africa.  Sides neck and belly covered in coarse mostly black hair with the back covered in black and white quills, the tail has hollow quills and rattle together as a warning sign. Short legs and clawed feet.

Scientific Name: Hystrix africaeaustralis

Total Length:  75-100cm / 29-39in; tail 10-15cm / 3.9-5.9in

Mass:  10-24kg / 22-52lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Not recognised as a trophy animal and on no formal list.

Hunting Available

Red Hartebeest

Red Hartebeest

Horns present on both male and females, males have heavier horns, curving forwards and to the back.  Golden brown colour with black markings on tail, legs and head.  Stands higher at rump, particularly the bulls.

Scientific Name: Alcelaphus buselaphus caama

Shoulder Height: 1.25m / 49in

Total Length:  2.3m / 90in; tail 47cm / 18in

Mass Male:  150kg / 330lb

Mass Female:  120kg / 264lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 23 inches – Record 29½ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 62 inches – Minimum Bow 53 inches

Hunting Available

Roan Antelope

Second largest antelope species in South Africa with a grey-brown coat and lighter belly.  Black and white marked face with black tips on ears and a long mane.  Horns curve backwards and both male and female have horns.

Scientific Name: Hippotragus equinus

Shoulder Height: 1.1-1.5m / 43-59in

Total Length:  2.26-2.89m / 88-113in; tail 54cm / 21in

Mass:  220-300kg / 485-661lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 27 inches – Record 39 inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 67 inches – Minimum Bow 59 inches

Hunting Available

Scimitar

Scimitar Oryx

Large well-built antelope with a white colour and red-brown neck and facial markings.  Ringed and nearly parallel horns present on both sexes sloping backwards.  They are extinct in the wild, only available to hunt at a private owner.

 

Scientific Name: Oryx dammah

Shoulder Height: 117-122cm / 46-48in

Total Length:  1.4-2.4m / 55-94in; tail 45-60cm / 17-23in

Mass Male:  140-210kg / 308-462lb

Mass Female:  91-140kg / 200-308lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 38 inches – Record 50⅟₈ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 80 inches – Minimum Bow 72 inches

Hunting Available

Sable antelope

Sable Antelope

Large size with a dark brown to black colour and white on ears, belly and face.  Long mane running from neck to shoulders, with the males having a shiny coat.  Long horns sweeping up and backwards, horns present on both male and female.

Scientific Name: Hippotragus niger

Shoulder Height: 1.35m / 53in

Total Length:  2.3-2.56m / 90-100in; tail 50cm / 19in

Mass:  180-270kg / 396-595lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 90 inches – Record 81 inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 41⅞ inches – Minimum Bow 55⅜ inches

Hunting Available

Steenbok antelope

Steenbok

Small reddish brown antelope with large black and white ears. White belly as well as white facial markings and a black tipped nose.  Very short vertical smooth horns, only the ram has horns.

Scientific Name: Raphicerus campestris

Shoulder Height: 50cm / 19in

Total Length:  75-90cm / 29-35in; tail 5cm / 1.9in

Mass:  9-13kg / 19-28lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 4½ inches – Record 7⅝ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 8 inches – Minimum Bow 7₃/₁₆ inches

Hunting Available

Tsessebe

Tsessebe

Tsessebe

Stands higher at shoulder than rump with a red-brown colour and black on face and legs.  Males are darker than females and both sexes have horns, ringed but smooth at tips turning back and inwards.

Scientific Name: Damaliscus lunatus

Shoulder Height: 1.2m / 47in

Total Length:  1.9-2.3m / 74-90in; tail 45cm / 17in

Mass Male:  140kg / 308lb

Mass Female:  126kg / 277lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 15 inches – Record 18½ inches 

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 40 inches – Minimum Bow 36 inches

Hunting Available

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 29 inches – Minimum Bow 26 inches

Hunting Available

Warthog

Warthog

Pig appearance with a grey colour and black and white bristle hairs.  Mane and tail erect while running.  Warts on the face, two pairs on the male and one pair on the female.  Curved tusks develop and those of the male are bigger.

Scientific Name: Phacochoerus africanus

Shoulder Height Male: 70cm / 27in

Shoulder Height Female: 60cm / 23in

Total Length Male:  1.3-1.8m / 51-70in; tail 45cm / 17in

Total Length Female:  1.1-1.4m / 43-55in; tail 45cm / 17in

Mass Male:  60-105g / lb

Mass Female:  45-70kg / 99-154lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 13 inches – Record 24 inches

Wildlife at Anlemtrust Game Hunting Lodge

Waterbuck

Large white ring around rump with coarse grey-brown coats with a white mark from throat to ears. White markings on face and ears, black tipped tail and ears.   Only the male has horns which are heavily ringed that curve backwards and forwards.

Scientific Name: Kobus ellipsiprymnus

Shoulder Height: 1.3m / 51in

Total Length:  2.1-2.74m / 82-107in; tail 35cm / 13in

Mass:  250-270kg / lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 28 inches – Record 39¼ inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 67 inches – Minimum Bow 60 inches

Hunting Available

Wildebeest

Silver brown to black colour with black vertical stripes, head and long haired tail is black.  Large broad shoulders and smaller hindquarters, buffalo type horns although a lot smaller in size.  Horns outwards, turn inwards.

Scientific Name:  Connochaetes taurinus

Shoulder Height Male: 1.5m / 59in

Shoulder Height Female: 1.3cm / 51in

Total Length Male:  2.4-3.3m / 94-129in; tail 60cm / 23in

Total Length Female:  2.4-3.3m / 94-129in; tail 60cm / 23in

Mass Male:  250kg / 551lb

Mass Female:  180kg / 396lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward – Minimum 28½ inches – Record 36 inches

S.C.I. – Minimum Rifle 70 inches – Minimum Bow 54 inches

Colour Variants: Golden

Hunting Available

Wildlife at Anlemtrust Game Hunting Lodge

Zebra (Burchell's)

Also known as Plains Zebra.  Horse-like appearance with black-and-white stripes, shadow stripes imposed on the white stripes.  Stripes extend onto the belly, with a thick mane and no dewlap on the throat. Considerable variations in colours and patterns and each one is unique.

Scientific Name: Equus quagga burchellii

Shoulder Height: 1.3m / 51in

Total Length: 2.3-3m / 90-118in; tail 43-45cm / 16-22in

Mass: 290-340kg / 639-749lb

Sex:  Male or Female

Rowland Ward: No record holding for Rowland Ward or Safari Club International

Hunting Available