The Sonoran Desert on the majestic Sierra Madre Mountains rises in the east, soaring up to 8,000 feet and blanketed with oak pine and cactus, it is the ideal range for the exclusive Desert Mule Deer and White-tailed Coues Deer.

Often a Desert Mule Deer can be combined with a White-tailed Coues Deer hunt making it a deer hunt of a lifetime and giving you the opportunity to hunt to two of the four animals for a grand slam of America´s deer.
Our hunts are conducted on 1 x 1 basis, by glassing, spotting, high rack trucks, water holes and blinds. Our licences are guaranteed land owner permits (no drawing involved). The cost includes all licences, tags,gun permits, lodging and food.

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We are a full-service organization, with a number of specialities.

Desert Big Horn Sheep
 
Our Desert Bighorn Sheep hunts are free range and we also have high fence ranches. They are conducted on 1 x 1 , by glassing, spotting, stalking, high rack trucks, water holes and blinds. Our licences are guaranteed land owner permits (no drawing involved). The cost of this hunt is by reques.

Season 2016 - 2017 runs from November 2016 through March 2017.   

10 Days hunting package includes:

One x one guide, accommodations, all the meals, grand transportation to and from Guaymas or Hermosillo Air Port to all hunting areas, hunting license/tag, gun permit, soft drinks, beer, field care of trophy . Price does not include: Air transportation, imported liquor (however you can bring your own) and gratuities to guide and cook. 

Desert Mule Deer

The great Sonoran Desert in North Mexico is the land of the largest antlered Desert Mule Deer in the Americas, the Desert Mule Deer of Mexico is one of the most beautiful of all trophies. Some of these deer are known to weight over 200 pounds and have 30 + inch racks scoring 200 B&C and up.
Season 2016 – 2017 runs from November 2016 through February 2017. 

7 Days Hunt, Six full days of hunting package includes:

One x one guide, accommodations, all the meals, grand transportation to and from Guaymas or Hermosillo Air Port to all hunting areas, hunting license/tag, gun permit, soft drinks, beer, field care of trophy . Price does not include: Air transportation, imported liquor (however you can bring your own) and gratuities to guide and cook. 

White-tailed Coues Deer  
 
The White-tailed Coues Deer is a sub specie of the White-tailed Deer, the majesty of the Sierra Madre mountains in the east part of Sonora makes the perfect range for this exclusive White-tailed Coues Deer.  100 B&C and up.            
Season 2016 - 2017 runs from November 2016 through February 2017. 

Five full days hunt package includes:

One x one guide, accommodations, all the meals, grand transportation to and from Guaymas or Hermosillo Air Port to all hunting areas, hunting license/tag, gun permit, soft drinks, beer, field care of trophy . Price does not include: Air transportation, imported liquor (however you can bring your own) and gratuities to guide and cook. 

Javelina or Collared Pecary

The collared peccary has one of the greatest latitudinal ranges of any New World game animal, occurring in all of Sonora.

Season 2016 - 2017 runs from November 2016 through February 2017.

Three day hunt package includes: One x one guide, accommodations, all the meals, grand transportation to and from Guaymas or Hermosillo Air Port to all hunting areas, hunting license/tag, gun permit, soft drinks, beer, field care of trophy . Price does not include: Air transportation, imported liquor (however you can bring your own) and gratuities to guide and cook. 

Gould's turkeys

 

The Gould´s turkey is Sonora's only native wild turkey specie. They are slightly larger than Merriam's turkey. Gould's were an important food source for those who settled and worked in the rugged lands of Eastern Sonora years ago.

Season 2016 runs from April-May.

This is a premium Gould’s hunt. With 6,200 acres to hunt, quality guides, great lodge accommodations and good food, this is surely one of the most successful and comfortable Gould’s hunts available today. Success is virtually 100% every year with an opportunity to take a second bird for a trophy fee. Turkey populations are very high and you will be into birds every time out.

The trip is 4 days with 3 full days of hunting. Most Gould’s hunts are in camps that are rough or rustic at best. This is definitely a step up and the price is great. The Hunt is $ 2,000.00 license included/kill fee on first bird, additional bird for $ 150.00 license/tag, plus a trophy fee of $500.00. Shot guns are provided by the outfitter with real turkey loads. If you chose to bring your own gun, there is an additional gun import fee payable to the government and we will help with the required paperwork.

Doves & Ducks 

Mourning Dove

This is the most common and widely occurring game bird in Sonora, and the mourning dove's trim, streamlined body, accentuated by its tiny head and sharply tapered tail is familiar to even the most casual observer of birds. This dove can also be differentiated from its white-winged cousin by its overall brown color, a lack of white on all but the outer tail feathers, the presence of black spots on the upper wing surfaces, and the distinctive rattling whistle that is emitted by the bird's wing feathers when it takes flight.

White-winged Dove

This bird's hefty size and rounded off tail give the "white-wing" the appearance of being half dove and half pigeon, hence the older name of "Sonora pigeon." Whitewings differ from the more widespread mourning dove in having an overall grayer plumage, a white-tipped tail, and the white wing epaulets that give the bird its name. The whitewing's flight also appears slower, less purposeful, and more pigeonlike than the mourning dove's. Adults can be distinguished by an unfeathered bright blue eye patch, red feet, and eyes that range from yellow-orange to orange-red.

Season 2016-2017 runs from September 2016 through February 2017.

For additional info and prices visit us at www.solimarsafaris.com.mx  

Quail
 

Gambel's Quail

Found throughout the state, this bird is often hunted in open desert country where they are more apt to run or flush than hold for a dog. The Gambel's jaunty, plumed topknot, carried by both sexes, makes for ready identification, along with the male's bright russet cap, black face and bib, and cream-colored belly marked with a black horseshoe.

Season 2016 - 2017 runs from September 2016 through February 2017.

The trip is 4 days, 3 days of hunting with six outings, Hunt cost is $ 1,900.00 license included. Shot guns are provided by the outfitter with 7 1/2 loads. If you chose to bring your own gun, there is an additional gun import fee payable to the government and we will help with the required paperwork.

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Desert Big Horn Sheep

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Desert Mule Deer

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White-tailed Coues Deer

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Javelina

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Gould´s Turkey