The species that are forbidden to hunt during the whole year
because there are autochthonous are: pudú, huemul, guanaco
On the contrary the exotic species (brought from Europe) are
the following ones: red deer, lady deer, axis deer, wild
boar, íbex goat.
These species were brought and expanded quickly occupying the
area from the town of San Carlos de Bariloche (Río Negro
province) as south limit, until the area of Aluminé lake
(Villa Pehuenia) as north limit.
The activity is divided in major and minor hunt. The first one
refers to the hunt of boar and red deer. The hunt season of
the boar is from March 15 to December 31 and the admitted
maximum quantify to hunt is 10 animals. The red deer hunt
has its maximum in 6 animals and the season is of March 15
until ends of May. Dates and ends can vary according to
The minor hunt is of quail, rabbit, hare, martineta, duck,
partridge and fox. The season of hunt minor is from
principles of May until ends of July. Except for the hare
that continue until ends of December and the fox and the
rabbit at the end of April. With regard to these last the
admitted quantity is limitless while the martineta is of 4
and the rest of 6. Dates and ends can vary according to
In Neuquén province it's completely forbidden sport hunting
in: Auca Mahuida, Cañada de Molina, Copahue-Caviahue, El
Mangrullo, Tromen lagoon, Epu Lauquen lagoon, Los Barros.
Lastly to carry out the activity it's necessary condition
obtain the permission. The same one can be process in some
Fauna Delegations of Aluminé, Junín de los Andes, Piedra del
Águila or San Martin de los Andes.
Dirección Provincial de Turismo: (54) (0299) 424 08 9 /
42 33 86.
Delegación de Fauna : 0800-666-6636.