Africa is a continent filled with all kinds of large game. Years ago, hunting enthusiasts would "go on safari" in Africa to hunt all of these animals. Now, it is too expensive and much too dangerous. Thanks to massive exotic game farms in states like Texas and Georgia, you no longer have to take such risks to take home a big game prize, nor do you have to pay thousands more to go to Africa and come back in one piece.
These big game farms have some of the most sought-after African game. With the animals free-roaming on the ranch plains and woods in these states, you get the full hunting experience you would get in Africa anyway. The only difference is that you do not have to contend with fighting rival tribes of Africans and machine guns, or with hungry predatory creatures such as lions and cheetahs. The following examples are just some of the big game prizes you can get.
Blackbucks are large plains antelope. They were once thought to be the basis for unicorn legends because the large, spiraled horns look like fabled unicorn horns from the animal's profile. The Blackbuck antelope males have thick coats that darken to almost black bear color the older the animals get. Their heads and horns are also nice trophies, akin to white-tailed deer heads with massive racks. A Blackbuck antelope hunting ranch equips its ranch with hundreds of these antelope, and allows them to run freely and behave just as they would if they were part of the Serengeti.
Warthogs provide the ultimate challenge for hunters because these animals are quite dangerous. The massive tusks on the boars could shred you to pieces if the warthog charges you and you stumble to the ground! Tracking one of these beasts in the swamps and wooded areas of Georgia on a ranch made for this activity may just be the excitement you need after you have successfully hunted and killed other exotic big game.
If you are going to hunt, and you want to hunt something really fast, you should try hunting impala. These are also a type of African antelope, but they are notorious for their speed. In fact, it is said that only a cheetah may be able to outrun an impala. If you think you got the speed and the shooting skills, book a trip at a ranch that offers impala hunting.