Foxhunting in Mongolia

 Western Mongolia, Foxhunting and Eagle Festival

SEPTEMBER 17 - OCTOBER 2, 2024 (two spots left)

Hunting with female golden eagles is a traditional form of falconry practiced by Kazakh Eagle Hunters of Western Mongolia in the province of Bayan-Ölgii, Mongolia. Their falconry custom involves hunting with golden eagles on horseback, and they primarily hunt red and corsac foxes, as well as hares, marmots, and even the occasional wolf. Every fall, Kazakh eagle hunting customs are displayed at the Eagle Festival.

Please email us or call 928-779-2288 to learn more! To apply for the trip, please complete the Foxhunting Application Form (works best on desktop). For more information, please visit our Itinerary and Trip Details webpages.

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About FIRE

“Foxhunting Mongolia” is a program of FIRE - Flagstaff International Relief Effort, a non-profit organization based in Flagstaff, AZ, and Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Since 1999, FIRE has worked to improve health and development in rural Mongolia, specifically focused on hepatitis elimination in 2009. All proceeds from "Foxhunting Mongolia" stay in Mongolia, supporting FIRE’s award-winning public health programming.

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