Alcelaphus caama

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Alcelaphus caama

Called also A. buselaphus, A. buselaphus cokei (Coke's hartebeest). See hartebeest.
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Namibia has three subspecies of "beests" -- the blue, the black and the red hartebeest, each very interesting and distinctly different.
Large game species consists of Kudu, Oryx and Red Hartebeest while small game species consists of Springbok and Warthog.
My PH and I did it for three of my 10 days, and although we were unsuccessful in arrowing a red hartebeest or black wildebeest, it was a grand time I wouldn't trade for anything.
With a 210-grain Nosier Partition, I shot a fine red hartebeest through the shoulders at 310 steps.
The species taken included springbok, impala, blesbok, reedbuck, warthog, nyala, red hartebeest, gemsbok, kudu, zebra, wildebeest, waterbuck and eland--a full range of typical plains game ranging from under 100 pounds to a ton in weight.
Some headed back to the camp to open their presents, others set off hoping to glimpse more of the park's treasures - buffalo, wildebeest, ostriches, red hartebeest, zebra, kudu, eland and warthogs - as well as elusive black rhinos, rare leopards and "mythical" lions (there are only nine in the park, and they refused to show their faces).
The four-strong group set up camp in the bush in Namibia for two months to study the Red Hartebeest antelope.
Within just ten minutes the Canyon Park rangers counted 98 blue wildebeest, 45 red hartebeest, some 30 oryx, 60 springbok and 30 ostriches at one of the waterholes.
Game includes lion, leopard, cheetah, elephant, and black rhinoceros as well as gemsbok, springbok, red hartebeest, eland, kudu, and zebra.
I've used them to successfully bag African blue wildebeest and red hartebeest weighing 450-550 pounds.
THE RED HARTEBEEST was still there, almost exactly where we had seen him the day before, lying on a slight ridge, his head swiveling above the waist-high brown grass.