0 hectares of stays Don Roberto S.A. In the area south of Batavia, between good hope and union.
A third population is the one that invaded the Pampean nucleus, the southern end of San Luis to the New Galia area.
The hunt for this species in the province is practiced from March 15 to June 15.
The origin of the current Argentine Colorado deer was the loose of several groups of this species, especially imported from Austria (the “Slose Deer”, of Renegriden Astas), and from Hungary (the “Proto Cervus”) of a famous Coto de los Carpathian mountains, in the years 1904 and 1906, who made Pedro Olegario Luro, for his private preserve “La Cazier”, in “San Huberto”, in this province.
Two decades later, at the death of Luro, the abandonment of its enormous corral (525 hectares with fencing 2.50 meters high for this species) made the Colorados achieve the high wire themselves, and expand throughout Mount Pampeano or Caldeal, where they achieved a perfect acclimatization.
In 1970, in Naicó he was hunted which was at the time the Argentine record, 15 tips, 12.8 kg clean, and 237.05 points (c.i.c); Even today is the room.
In 2001, Edgardo Mego caught the second best Pampeano, and third national (c.i.c): 239,626; 272,401 (FACM).
In 2002 in La Pampa El Español Rafael Malo shocked the new Argentine and American record (eighth in the world ranking).
In this province, in 1984 it began in Argentina to produce colorful deer in captivity for the purpose of obtaining meat (Venison) and Velvet, especially the hand of Neoville Johnson’s Neocelandé producer.
The origin of the Neuquinos Colorado deer (and Rionegrinos) is the loose of 4 males and 16 deers pregnant at the Collun Co, by Roberto Hohmann in 1917 and 1922 purchased from the Pampeano de Luro nucleus.
They were also released in the Huemul Peninsula, and on the Victoria Island of the Nahuel Huapi National Park, by means of aaron Anchorena from 1902 to 1911.
The species has caused serious damage to native vegetation in said Insula and in the Andean national parks.
Today the species has enormous populations throughout the Pedemontana area, and Cordillerana, especially highlights the Parque Diana, and other internationally famous 25 installations of Lanín National Park, and also from the Nahuel Huapi National Park, as well as other places of the Province.