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Thread: The Tiny Ten Challenge

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    The Tiny Ten Challenge

    Just wondered if anyone on here had ever completed such a challenge, or indeed plans to, or is even part way through it? From what I can gather you will need to visit at least three seperate countries to achive these little guys in their natural range.

    Tiny Ten Species


    Blue Duiker
    Cape Grysbok (aka Southern Grysbok)
    Common Duiker (aka Gray Duiker or Bush Duiker)
    Damara Dik-Dik
    Klipspringer
    Oribi
    Red Forest Duiker (aka Red Duiker, Natal Duiker or Natal Red Duiker)
    Sharp's Grysbok (aka Northern Grysbok)
    Steenbok (aka Steinbuck or Steinbok)
    Suni

    Pictures of these would be welcome on this thread.

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    Just need the Red Duiker, Sharpe's Grysbok and Suni mate.
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    Its something I plan to start when I get back over.

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    I would like to try for them...some / most claim it is a very challenging bagging these little critters...
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    Tough and expensive list to fill. I have been lucky and taken 3 of those listed. Steinbok (twice) Grey Duiker and Klipspringer. On the trip IN 1996 I saw a few Oribi, but the price to take one was horrendously high even then. So I declined.
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    That's a second mortgage right there..

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    I don't even want to add up what it has cost me for the 7 I have so far!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sikamalc View Post
    Tough and expensive list to fill. I have been lucky and taken 3 of those listed. Steinbok (twice) Grey Duiker and Klipspringer. On the trip IN 1996 I saw a few Oribi, but the price to take one was horrendously high even then. So I declined.
    sikamalc,

    with all respect..., in my eyes those you mentioned is 'a bit easier' to hunt and often do so with clientele. The tough and what i have heard like, Suni, red duiker, Sharps and Cape Grysbuck or even Damara dik-dik are sometime impossible to hunt in 2-3 safaris...
    Patrick Reynecke (Bushwack Safaris)
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