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Arabian Oryx Hunting

Arabian Oryx Hunting Details

At Texas Hunt Lodge, we provide hunters with the rare opportunity to pursue and harvest the magnificent Trophy Arabian Oryx. With hunts available year-round, there are no seasonal restrictions on hunting this majestic species in Texas, making it a suitable trophy pursuit at any time of the year.

When it comes to hunting Trophy Arabian Oryx, we typically allow our hunters to choose their preferred method. However, based on our experience, we find that the most effective approach is often with a rifle from distances of 150-200 yards. Rest assured, our experienced guides will work closely with you to ensure a successful hunt, regardless of your age, experience level, or any physical disabilities you may have.

Due to the rarity of the Arabian Oryx, we recommend booking your hunt 2-3 months in advance to secure availability. Our ranch currently has 4-5 Bulls available, with horn ranges typically spanning from 28 to 33 inches. The Arabian Oryx bull you harvest with us is guaranteed to rank among the top 10 in the world records.

In compliance with legal requirements, we provide the necessary “Cull and Take permit” for harvesting this endangered species. Additionally, if you so choose, we can assist you in having your trophy Arabian Oryx entered into both the SCI Record Book and Trophy Game Records.

Embark on an unforgettable hunting adventure with Texas Hunt Lodge and experience the thrill of pursuing and harvesting the rare and magnificent Trophy Arabian Oryx.


Arabian Oryx Trophy Fee

Arabian Oryx Trophy Fee: $ 9950 *

Trophy Fee is in addition to $395 per day which covers All-Inclusive Hunt Package.
Non-hunting guests may accompany the hunter for an additional $200 per day which covers lodging, meals and amenities as well.

The Arabian Oryx (Oryx Leucoryx) was native to the Near East, and was extinct in the wild until reintroduction in the 1980’s.  Arabian Oryx were once widespread in Syria, Iraq, Israel, Jordan and throughout the Sinai and Arabian peninsulas, but were exterminated in the wild by 1972 from uncontrolled hunting by locals. Captive breeding programs have been underway since 1962 in the United States, Europe and some Arabian countries. They have recently been reintroduced in the wild in Oman, Jordan and Saudi Arabia.

The smallest Oryx and perhaps the most beautiful, the Arabian Oryx has a white body color contrasting with the dark chocolate markings of the head, neck, legs and tip of tail. The build of the Arabian Oryx is heavy and there is a hump over the withers. The Oyrx’s tail is long, with a bushy tip, and the hoofs are large and rounded as an adaptation for sandy terrain.

The horns of the Arabian Oryx of both males and females are long, straight and gradually divergent. Females are similar to males but somewhat smaller, and have slimmer and sometimes longer horns.

The Arabian Oryx males reach sexual maturity at the age of 18 months; and females as young as 12 months.  The gestation period for an Arabian Oryx is 8 to 8 1/2 months and they typically give birth to 1 offspring at a time.  The breeding season is all year, though heavy rains stimulate females to come into heat within a week.

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