Tag Archives: Hunting in Spain

Top Ten Gredos Ibex

The Gredos Ibex is one of the most coveted trophies of the mountain regions of Spain. They are the largest of the Spanish Ibex with the biggest horns. These traits coupled with the difficult terrain of their habitat make these majestic animals a must for any mountain hunters bucket list. Here are the top ten from the SCI Record Book.

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SCI Iberian Chapters Hold 3rd Annual Meeting

front row left to right: Pedro Acevedo, Lord Mayor of Los Yebenes; Javier Puga, Vice- president SCI Catalunya Chapter; Rafael Perez Fragero-Rey, President SCI Castilla Chapter; Juan de Rojo; President SCI Ga- licia Chapter; Prof. Dr. Miguel Estáde, President SCI Balearean Chapter; Jose Maria, Count of Losa, President of the SCI Ca- talunya Chapter, Phil DeLone, SCI CEO. Top row, left to right: Norbert Ullmann, SCI Regional Represen- tative Europe; Carlos Flores, President SCI La Mancha Chapter; Michael Roqueñi, Director SCI Record Book Department; Dr. Nuno Vicente-Prates, Vicepresident SCI Lusitania Chapter and Marcos Quintas Melero, CEO Cega Multimedia.
Front row left to right:Pedro Acevedo, Lord Mayor of Los Yebenes; Javier Puga, Vice-president SCI Catalunya Chapter; Rafael Perez Fragero-Rey,President SCI Castilla Chapter; Juan de Rojo; President SCI Galicia Chapter; Prof. Dr. Miguel Estáde, President SCI Balearean Chapter; Jose Maria, Count of Losa, President of the SCI Catalunya Chapter, Phil DeLone, SCI CEO.Top row, left to right: Norbert Ullmann, SCI Regional Representative Europe; Carlos Flores, President SCI La Mancha Chapter; Michael Roqueñi, Director SCI Record Book Department; Dr.Nuno Vicente-Prates, Vice President SCI Lusitania Chapter and Marcos Quintas Melero, CEO Cega Multimedia.

 

The SCI Chapters in the Iberian Peninsula organized their Third Annual Working Meeting in the town of Los Yebenes on the last weekend in September.

Situated in the province of Castilla-La Mancha in the midst of one of Spain’s prime hunting areas, Montes de Toledo, SCI representatives were welcomed by the Lord Mayor of Los Yebenes to the area known as the Spanish Capital of Hunting. Of the many activities that took place, perhaps the most rewarding was SCI’s selection as this year’s recipient of the

Juan Jose Garóz, Phil DeLone, Ramon Garóz and Norbert Ullmann.
Juan Jose Garóz, Phil
DeLone, Ramon Garóz and Norbert Ullmann.

Megacero Award. Created by the Garoz family, a taxidermy dynasty located in Los Yebenes, and awarded by The Fundacion Garoz, 2013 marks the first time this award has been presented to an institution and SCI was proud to hold that honor. SCI CEO Phil DeLone travelled to Spain to take part in the ceremony unveiling the bronze plaque on the Hunting Walk of Fame.