7-day birding safari in search of Siberian Jay, Siberian Tit, Pallas’s Rosefinch and more!
Adventure birding in the cold winter of Mongolia tends to attract lots of birders to the destination. That’s because it has the beautiful snow-covered landscapes filled with many sunny bright days. Cranes, geese, harriers, and the other summer breeders all already left the country. But big flocks of Mongolian and Shore Larks, Small Snowfinch, Snow and Lapland Buntings and lots of other small passerines gather to feed on the big open grasslands of Mongolia and yet the soaring raptors including adult Saker Falcon, Upland Buzzard and Cinereous Vulture stay and guard their places. From the north, the winter visitors such as Rough-legged Buzzard, Bohemian Waxwing and Common Redpoll have already come for winter. Pallas’s Rosefinch, Siberian Jay, Siberian Tit, Brown and Alpine Accentors have come down to the lower grounds. Join us for this fabulous adventure and meet Mongolian nomads who have also settled in their wintering places. Make your dreams come true travelling in wonderful land filled with glorious wildlife!
- Benefit low season price
- Many sought-after species – Siberian Jay, Siberian Tit, Pallas’s Rosefinch, Snow & Lapland Buntings and more
- Nomadic family visit and stay in comfortable tourist ger camps
- Grey Wolf, Mongolian Gazelle, Siberian Ibex and Argali Sheep
- Sublime sceneries of snow-covered mountains, steppes, and forest