Iceland’s pristine wilderness provides a bounty of wildlife game in reindeer, geese, ducks, ptarmigan and seabirds.
Iceland’s pristine wilderness provides a bounty of wildlife game in reindeer, geese, ducks, ptarmigan and seabirds. Reindeer hunting takes place in eastern Iceland and the season lasts from August 1 to September 15th.
There are large flocks of geese that gather in the fall in the valleys and along the mountainsides, before migrating to the south for the winter period. Ptarmigan are the most popular target for wing shooting and can be hunted from mid-October through mid-December.
Most seabirds are fair game and the season lasts from September through early May. Most visiting hunters bring their own guns and ammunition.
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