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DIAMOND C BOWHUNTING RANCH 10203 CR 103 Caddo, TX 76429 (208) 731-3800

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  Species found at the Diamond "C" Bow Hunting Ranch

Create your own Bow Hunting adventure at the Diamond "C" Ranch! We have many species and hunts for you to choose from and all offer an exciting experience for both young and old!

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Aoudad (Barbary) Sheep

The Barbary Sheep, Ammotragus lervia, is a species of caprid (goat-antelope) native to rocky mountains in North Africa. Six subspecies have been described. Although it is rare in its native North Africa, it has been introduced to North America, southern Europe and elsewhere.

Barbary Sheep stand 31 - 40 inches tall at the shoulder and weigh 90 to over 300 pounds. They are a sandy-brown color, darkening with age, with a slightly lighter underbelly and a darker line along the back. Upper parts and the outer parts of the legs are a uniform reddish-brown or grayish-brown. There is some shaggy hair on the throat (extending down to the chest in males) and a sparse mane. Their horns have a triangular cross section. The horns curve outwards, backwards then inwards, and reach up to 30 inches.  The horns are smooth, but wrinkled at the base.

Axis (Chital) Deer

The chital or cheetal, also known as chital deer, spotted deer or axis deer is a deer which commonly inhabits wooded regions of Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, and India. It is the most common deer species in Indian forests. Its coat is reddish fawn, marked with white spots, and its underparts are white. Its antlers, which it sheds annually, are usually three-pronged and curve in a lyre shape and may extend to 30 inches. It has a protracted breeding season due in part to the tropical climate, and births can occur throughout the year. For this reason, males do not have their antler cycles in synchrony and there are some fertile females at all times of the year. Males sporting hard antlers are dominant over those in velvet or those without antlers, irrespective of their size and other factors. A chital stands about 3 feet tall at the shoulder and weighs about 100 - 200 pounds.  Lifespan is around 20 years.
Axis Buck
Axis Doe


Blackbuck (Antilope cervicapra) is a species of antelope found mainly in India, and also in some parts of Pakistan and Nepal. There are also introduced populations in various parts of the world including numerous ranches in Texas in the United States of America; free-ranging populations also exist in Argentina and in southern Australia

  • Shoulder Height: 23 - 33 inches
  • Weight: 55 - 75 pounds

The distinctive horns of the Blackbuck are ringed with 1 to 4 spiral turns, rarely more than 4 turns, and can be as long as 31 inches.  A trophy Blackbuck is anything larger than 18 inches.  In the male, the upper body is black (dark brown), and the belly and eye rings are white. The light-brown female is usually hornless. Blackbucks usually roam  in herds of 15 to 20 animals with one dominant male.
Blackbuck Buck
Blackbuck Doe

Fallow Deer

The Fallow Deer (Dama dama) is a ruminant mammal belonging to the family Cervidae.

Bucks are 35 - 40 inches shoulder height, and 125 - 190 pounds; does are 30 - 34 inches shoulder height, and 65 - 110 pounds. Fawns are born in spring.  The life span is around 12-16 years. All Fallow deer have white spots on their backs, and black tips at the ends of their tails.

Only bucks have antlers, these are broad and shovel-shaped. They are grazing animals; their preferred habitat is mixed woodland and open grassland.
Fallow Buck
Fallow Doe

Wild Boar

The wild boar (Sus scrofa) or wild hog, often simply referred to as a boar, is a species of a pig in the biological family Suidae and the wild ancestor of the domestic pig. It is native across much of Central Europe, the Mediterranean Region (including North Africa's Atlas Mountains) and much of Asia as far south as Indonesia, and has been introduced elsewhere.
Hogs at stand # 5
Hogs in trap pen!
Hogs Haulin !


Texas Dall, Black Hawaiian, Marino, Corsican, Mouflon, Painted Desert, Catalina, and Angora.


Red Deer

The Red Deer is one of the largest deer species. It is a ruminant, eating its food in two stages and having an even number of toes on each hoof, like camels, goats and cattle.

Generally, the male (stag or hart) Red Deer typically weighs 350 - 525 pounds the female  weighs 250 - 370 pounds.   Shoulder height is about 41 - 47 inches.
Red Steer Stag
Red Steer Hind

Scimitar Oryx

The Scimitar Oryx, or Scimitar-Horned Oryx, (Oryx dammah) is a species of oryx which formerly inhabited the whole of North Africa. Today it has been classified as extinct in the wild by the IUCN.

The Scimitar Oryx is just over 36 inches at the shoulder and weighs around 425 pounds. Its coat is white with a red-brown chest and black markings on the forehead and down the length of the nose. The horns are long, thin and parallel and curve backwards (like a scimitar) and can reach up to 36 - 40 inches on both sexes, male and female.

A global captive breeding programme was initiated in the 1960s. In 1996, there were at least 1,250 captive animals held in zoos and parks around the world with a further 2,145 on ranches in Texas.  And we have a lot of these big guys.  Come get one!
Scimitar Oryx
Heard of Scimitar Oryx



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