Mongolia —

Mongolia on a Wolf and a Prayer.

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Mongolia
PUBLIC SHOOTS/HUNTS

A pristine wilderness awaits you on the windswept plains of the Mongolian countryside, it has a beauty all of its own with wonderful prairies and rugged mountains and stunning rivers, just like the old American west was my first impression and lakes the camp is located 6-7 hours drive from Ultanbaatar the capital city and situated on the banks of of the Selenge River you will be staying in typical Log cabins are the normal accommodation, basic but warm and comfortable.

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Black Grouse.

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Mongolia
PUBLIC SHOOTS/HUNTS

Hunting Season:
end of April – May

Hunting Area:
In the immense Mongolian steppe only 2% of the territory is cultivated. These areas, that can be reached a 5 to 6 hour drive North from Ulan Batar, are literally invaded by black grouse, that inhabit this area totally undisturbed, since the Mongolian populations do not practice this type of hunt thus we are able to offer our clients up to 5 black grouse trophies in 5 days hunt.

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Siberian Roe Deer.

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Mongolia
PUBLIC SHOOTS/HUNTS

Hunting Season:
August  – October

Hunting Area:
We organize the Siberian Roe Deer hunt in the North of Mongolia, close to the Russian border, in an area of soft hills and woods alternated by open areas and cultivations.

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Altai Ibex & Gobi Ibex.

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Mongolia
PUBLIC SHOOTS/HUNTS

Hunting Season:
July – October

Hunting Area:
Situated in the center of Asia, Mongolia is an immense country with only 2 million inhabitants of which one half live in the capital. In the west the country is mountainous where the chain of the Altai Mountains rises, there is the desert in the south, with the famous desert of the Gobi while the rest of the country is covered with steppe apart some wooded areas in the north.

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Gazzelles & Wolves.

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Mongolia
PUBLIC SHOOTS/HUNTS

Hunting Season:
October – December.

Hunting Area:
In the east of Mongolia, at about 2 hours of flight from Ulaan Bator, in the immense lowlands bordering with China it is esteemed that there lives a population of over two million White-tailed Gazelles.

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