Seasons & Weather
What is the best time of the year for dove hunting in Cordoba?
The dove hunting in Cordoba is available year-round and the shooting can be fantastic any day of the year. The climate in Cordoba is moderate and the hunting is rarely affected by harsh weather conditions. The seasons in the northern hemisphere and the southern hemisphere are reversed, and with this in mind, here is a quick breakdown of the weather in Cordoba throughout the year.
Dove Hunting in the Spring (September – December) is when we typically enjoy some of the year’s best weather and high-volume dove shooting close to the lodge. High temperatures range from the mid 70’s to the mid 80’s. Evening and early morning temperatures range from the high 40’s to the low 60’s.
Dove Hunting in the Summer (December – March) provide us with the longest days of the year and we can enjoy a couple extra hours of dove hunting each day. While the afternoons are warm, temperatures seldom top 90 degrees and evening lows are usually between 60 and 65 degree.
Dove Hunting in Fall (March – June) overlaps with our heavy harvesting season Argentina. The birds can be very active during the fall, moving from farm to farm following the harvest. There are times when intense concentrations of birds converge in a single field resulting in what is called a “dove hurricane” or a “dove tornado.” Afternoon temperatures are usually between 65 and 75 degrees with evening and early morning temps dropping between 45 and 55 degrees.
Dove Hunting in the Winter (June – September) usually very moderate and arid. With little rain, we enjoy cloudless blue skies throughout much of the season, making for ideal dove hunting conditions. Daytime highs range between 60 and 70, with lows in the mid 40’s.