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During the months of May, June and July, in some locations Perdiz can be hunted in conjunction with doves. Perdiz, are a little larger than a quail, and slightly smaller than a partridge. They are hunted over pointing dogs, and the hunt is similar to following up quail singles, as these birds do not covey. They are hunted in open terrain so it is easy walking, and there are no briars! On a morning hunt, depending on your wingshooting skill, you can expect to put 10-12 of these tasty birds in the bag per gun. While this is not a high volume hunt, Perdiz are challenging, the dogs are well trained, and hunting them adds greatly to the over all Argentinean bird hunting experience.