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Driven high partridge shooting team in Spain amongst dry olive tree & stubble fields.
Classic Spanish driven high partridge shooting landscape of olive trees & rocky dry scrubland..


The native partridge to the UK, the Grey or English Partridge (Perdix perdix), was once the predominant game bird throughout the British countryside, but has sadly declined due to, predominantly, the loss of habitat with the increase in intensive arable farming in the 1950’s.

Today, many partridge shoots rely on the slightly larger Red Legged Partridge (Alectoris rufa), introduced to the UK from Spain, which also adds an extra dimension to many pheasant shooting days - being easier to rear and able to fly in much the same way as pheasants, over deep valley’s, producing high sporting birds.

The Partridge season opens in the UK on the 1st of September running through to the end of January.


In Spain the season runs from October to March, the actual closing dates vary between estates depending on the province.

Shooting partridges in Spain at the end of the UK game shooting season is often a welcome trip, adding further days to the shooting calendar without missing invitation in the British open season, as well as enjoying a pleasant change in the shooting climate, Spain being somewhat warm than the British winter!

Once the British shooting season closes, it can get very busy in Spain, so we like to secure days as early as possible for guests.


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Driven Partridge Shooting Spain

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Please see our Spanish Driven Partridge shooting information.

The Country Food Trust (CFT)
The British Game Alliance (BGA)
Oven ready wild organic partridges; heathy, sustainable food source that produces a net biodiversity gain to the ecosystem.
Spanish driven red-leg partridge shooting with secretario, warm bright day, guns standing in olive grove plantation in March.
Youtube logo with red play icon colours that says ‘YouTube’ which links to Sybarite Sporting ‘Driven Partridge Shooting’ YT playlist channel.

Wild Partridge Conservation

The decline of the wild Grey Partridge (UK) and the wild Red Legged Partridge (Spain) can be attributed to a number of reasons, including habitat loss (nesting cover), changes in farming practices (including use of herbicides, loss of insect food), large-scale rear and release affecting wild populations resulting in less predator control and an increase in predation during the nesting season, leading to more hen and nest losses.

Game Utilisation

The Country Food Trust (CFT)

•       Sybarite Sporting supports The Country Food Trust by encouraging a 0.50p (VAT

exempt) donation on every gamebird harvested, on the shooting days we organise.


The Country Food Trust is a charity food producer that make top quality protein-based food that are donated to charities who feed people in need. Our sporting guests’ donations enable those birds harvested, that are not sold directly, to be processed into nutritious retort pouch meals for vulnerable people.


Please see their work at:

The British Game Alliance (BGA)

•       Sybarite Sporting supports The British Game Alliance by encouraging a 0.50p (VAT

exempt) donation on every gamebird harvested, on the shooting days we organise.


The British Game Alliance promotes the consumption of gamebird meat, as the official marketing board for game meat in the UK. Through the BGA 'British Game' assurance scheme, sporting guests’ can be assured they are participating in a shoot that adheres to the highest standards, and gamebird consumers can be confident to the provenance of their food.


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