Cape Grysbok Pictures

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  1. AfricaHunting.com

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    Here are pictures of Cape Grysbok (also called Southern Grysbok) posted by members in AH Photo Gallery... Please share your pictures of Cape Grysbok!

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  2. Diamondhitch

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    Definitely top of the list next trip down. Cape Greysbok, Blue Duiker, Gray Duiker and Klipspringer.
     
  3. hunting4sanity

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    When you're targeting these small guys, do must hunters use a small caliber rifle? Cool looking critters!
     
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    After using a 270 and a 300WM on some of the small guys I want to find an alternative bullet. Expanding bullets are not the best idea.
     
  5. KMG Hunting Safaris

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    Sadly the Cape Grysbuck numbers are diminishing as their natural habitat is disappearing due to commercial farming. We realized this during the last couple of years. We have put a lot of research into the issue and concentrated hugely on predator control in our own area of late and have put measures in place to re-establish our own Cape Grysbuck population to their former glory, which will allow us to take off a couple of mature rams each year.
     
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    Well keep the good work up Marius, until I can get back to Africa and get one! :)

    The cape grysbuck is truly one of the underrated animals of Africa.:(
     
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    I hope other land owners and Outfitters will join your efforts and keep sustainable populations.

    Great forward thinking Marius.
     
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    I over looked the little guys when I went. It was something I didn't give a second thought to. After some time has passed since my trip, and reading articles and hunt reports. They will be on my list for my next trip, that is for sure!
     

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