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Caucasian chamois is a little smaller than alpine chamois, having smooth tawny or reddish-brown summer coat, which becomes a chocolate brown in winter. The slender, black horns are found in both sexes. Rising vertically from the forehead, they are sharply curved backwards on their top third like hooks, and can reach a length of 32 […]
Snow sheep inhabits the most remote, inhospitable, and difficult to access areas in Siberia and the Far East of Russia. This great animal is rarely hunted and opportunities to take different subspecies of snow sheep are great.
Snow sheep is also called Siberian bighorn sheep, it has a compact muscular body and relatively short legs making it well adapted to living in mountain terrain. Snow sheep is extremely agile and nimble, and able to move quickly over steep, uneven slopes. It is closely related to North American sheep. Calling it a bighorn is incorrect, since it has relatively thin horns, similar to the Dall or Stone sheep. The snow sheep population in Russia is estimated at over 60,000 heads. Sheep are usually found at 1,300 -1,700 m. (4,000 -5,000 ft.). Hunts can be frequently combined with brown bear, moose and in some places caribou. The success is nearly 100%. World record rams have been taken with Safari Outfitters.
You can hunt for the famed Koryak Sheep, Yakutia Snow Sheep, Kamchatka Bighorn, and Okhotsk snow sheep, Kolyma snow sheep.
The Kamchatka brown bear is virtually the same bear that is found in Alaska. These salmon eating bears inhabit the coastal areas and move back and forth from the mountains to the coasts for feeding, mating and hibernation. The Kamchatka Peninsula has many rivers, lakes and streams, as well as thick forested regions that make this ideal bear habitat. Bear populations are […]
Hunt the famed Caucasus Mountains in Russia. Kuban Tur is found in a relatively small area of the Caucasus Mountains – which are considered the most difficult in the world. The Kuban Tur and Mid-Caucasian Tur hunt is less physically demanding than the Dagestan Tur, but you still must be fit as the terrain difficulty […]
We offer Siberian brown bear in combination with our Siberian Snow Sheep hunts and with our moose and sheep hunts in the Koryak region of Russia. Although the odds of seeing a bear are remote in Siberia, the only risk is pre-purchasing a CITES Export Permit prior to arrival. In the Koryak region, you have […]
Siberian Snow Sheep This is one of the best values in sheep hunting today. The sheep are beautifully and distinctively marked making this a much sought after trophy. The quality and quantity of sheep is exceptional and the Yakutian crew are hard working and professional. A relatively simple itinerary is involved. You will fly to […]