Hunting White Blesbok South Africa

White blesbok are a genetic mutation of the common blesbok
Hunting white blesbok in South Africa

White blesbok are identical to common blesbok in all aspects other than color. Their off-white coat is as a result of a gene mutation and Common and white blesbok are often seen mixed into the same herd. Their habits are identical.

Hunting white blesbok in South Africa requires patience and good walk and stalk skills.

Spec Sheet
Scientific Name : Damaliscus Dorcas Phillipsi
Weight : 70 kg (m), 60 kg (f)
Shoulder Height : 95 cm (m and f)
Breeding Season : March to May with regional differences
Minimum Calibre : 243