Argentina is geographically diverse. We left the barren, austral landscape of Tierra del Fuego (where high temperatures were in the 50s and it rained often), and flew north, over the Pampas, to the rolling golden hills near Cordoba, the dove shooting capital of the world (where it was dry, and high temperatures were in the 80s). One has to see the sheer volume of doves in this area to fully comprehend it. The birds swarm by the thousands, constantly dipping and diving, flying in wave after wave. And it happens this way, all day, every day, throughout the year. Conditions here are perfect for doves. They have few predators, ample food, and they can breed three or more times a year.