Estonia is one of the main Woodcock emigration destinations with woodcock staying in Estonian territory for the spring and summer. Estonia is also a main Woodcock transit area, from here Woodcock heads to Finland and northern Russia.
Woodcock hunting season lasts from early August until mid November. However, the best time for hunting woodcock is October and the first two weeks of November, when woodcocks stop largely here before moving on.
Woodcocks are hunted using the dogs.
The woodcock population reaches its peak in October, although in September and November there is a also quite a dense population Woodcocks present. August is usually a month with fewer woodcocks, usually these are the ones that emigrate in April.
Greet-and-meet at Tallinn Airport
Transfer to/ from Airport
Overnight in the hunting lodge in double room with FB
All local hunting permits
Professional hunting guide
All transportation during the hunting
First preparation of the trophies
Cites certificate if needed
Does not include:
- Plane/ boat tickets
- Rent of rifle/ shotgun
- Transportation of trophys to country origin
- Taxitermy works