Last Thursday the hunter Eduardo Terry took this atypical roe deer in the Park of Los Alcornocales, in the mountains of Cadiz. They had already been following the track of the animal for a year but it has now been when they have managed to hunt it in an afternoon "of much Levante.

The forest leprechaun will never cease to surprise us. No matter how many strange trophies they show us, there is always one that surpasses them... and this "unicorn" roe deer has done it. Last March 28, the Parque de los Alcornocales, near the town of Los Barrios in Cadiz, was the scene of the downfall of a curious specimen. The lucky hunter was Eduardo Terry Martinez, native of El Puerto de Santa Maria, experienced montero and recechista who has shown his "total satisfaction and enthusiasm" for such a peculiar trophy.

The Moorish Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), is a species of artiodactyl mammal of the Cervidae family. It is the smallest Cervidae in Eurasia. Its range extends from Western Europe, where it is only absent in Ireland, Greece and northern Scandinavia, to northern China.

Last August 15th the season of Rececho de Corzos was finished, many days behind the Duende de los Alcornocales, but it has given magnificent fruits. A number close to 25 have been the trophies that have been collected in the various open farms that we manage in the Parque Natural de los Alcornocales.

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