The Regional Hunting Reserve of Fuentes Carrionas is located in the north of the province of Palencia, in the headwaters of the river Carrion. It borders on the west with the Regional Hunting Reserve of Riaño and on the north with the Regional Hunting Reserve of Saja (Cantabria).
The Reserve of Fuentes Carrionas offers the ideal habitat for most of the declared big game huntable species in Castile and Leon resulting in the proven quality of their trophies.
The European roe deer is present in a wide variety of biotopes ranging from the beech and oak forests to heathlands and broomlands, even in marginal areas of agricultural crops, being its “Recechos” a clearly satisfying experience for every hunter who ventures into these lands of great beauty. Instead, the chamois is relegated to the mountain, where it moves with ease by rocky and snow-covered surfaces thanks to its hooves. The wild boar in the Reserve is the species that is currently expanding further given its enormous adaptability to the environment. Red-legged partridge hunting is also traditional in this Reserve. Read more >>