The Addax is a beautiful spiral-horned antelope from North Africa. In the winter, their coats are a dark cream color, which gives way to a strikingly white summer coloration, though they keep their impressive horns throughout their lives. Though listed as critically endangered in the wild due to predation and unregulated hunting, they thrive here in the Hill Country. Our carefully managed herd produces top tier animals that are a frequent and welcome sight on the ranch, for hunters and photographers alike. Both sexes exhibit similar-sized horns, but the males weigh significantly more than the females, making them easy to distinguish. These antelope can live up to 26 years in captivity, making a mature Addax quite a sight to behold. The meat is tender, rich, and lean without being “gamey,” which makes them both a beautiful trophy and an excellent source of protein.