Nyala

The lowland nyala or simply nyala, is a spiral-horned antelope native to southern Africa. It is a species of the family Bovidae and genus Nyala, also considered to be in the genus Tragelaphus. It was first described in 1849 by George French Angas. The body length is 135–195 cm, and it weighs 55–140 kg. 

Mass: 88 kg (Adult) 

Scientific name: Tragelaphus angasii

Gestation period: 220 days

Trophic level: Herbivorous 

Length: 1,9 m (Adult) 

What our clients say...

A very scenic hunting area, which offers many different game species. The Professional Hunters (PH) know the area very well and the used spot and stalk technic most often resulted in taking the sought after animal. The accomodation is simple but full of charme. The food was exceptional.
I would definately hunt again with Owen and Noboya Safaris.

Peter Schmid, Switzerland

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