Awapara Ram

The Awapara Ram was introduced to New Zealand in the 1800’s and is now classified as a rare breed. The rams horns curl 1.5 – 2 times on each side, that can measure 1 metre (3 feet) wide. With dark brown and black colouring and most commonly a white nose marking, they inhabit steep hilly terrain in the deep south of New Zealand ensuring an exciting and rewarding hunt.

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