Coues Whitetail Deer

The coues deer is a southwest subspecies of the common eastern whitetail, It is an elfin deer, standing 32 – 34 inches at the shoulder and seldom exceeding 100 pounds live weight. Coues deer can be found between 2,500 and 10,000 feet in elevation. Their normal habitat can be found in the Chihuahuan desert which is home to many desert shrubs and grasslands, oak wood-lands, mountain pine and leafy forests.

Included in the hunt

4 days of full hunting

Transport
Lodging
Daily meals
Tag and license
Game field care
Documentation for exportation of antlers and cape

Season:

December through january.

Not included in the hunt

Lodging & meals within Chihuahua city if applicable gratuities.