• .
  • .
  • .
  • .
  • .
  • .
  • .
  • .
  • .
Home » Natural Beauties You are browsing entries filed in “Natural Beauties”

Animals in Mongolia

Animals in Mongolia

Animals adapted to all kind of ecosystems such as forest, steppe, desert, alpine, tundra, talus and water surrounding grove, have established themselves in Mongolia. Many animals, which are frequently spread throughout the Siberian taiga, European-type forests, western Asia and Turan desert, are included in the aforementioned animals. Also there are many endemic species, which are [...]

November 9th, 2009 | Posted in Natural Beauties | Read More »

Wild Horse Takhi

Wild Horse Takhi

The Takhi are the last remaining wild horses worldwide. It is also known as the (named after the Russian explorer who first discovered the horse in 1878 in Mongolia) is probably the most recognised and successful symbol of the preservation and protection of Mongolia’s diverse and unique wildlife. The last wild Mongolian Takhi was spotted [...]

February 24th, 2009 | Posted in Natural Beauties | Read More »

Birds in Mongolia

Birds in Mongolia

So far 434 species of birds, belonging to 193 genera, 56 families and 17 orders, have been registered and observed in Mongolia. More than 330 species from this are migratory and the remaining 104 species inhabit Mongolia year-round. Approximately 50 species migrate through Mongolia and 20 species are observed here occasionally. The Mongolian Red Book [...]

February 23rd, 2009 | Posted in Natural Beauties | Read More »

Fishes in Mongolia

Fishes in Mongolia

Mongolia is a landlocked country and is situated in the Center of the Asian continent. So there are only fishes of river and lake variet┬şies in the country. Mongolian rivers and lakes are classified into three basins: Arctic Ocean, Pacific Ocean and Central Asia. Animals in each basin create a specific composition. There are 75 [...]

February 22nd, 2009 | Posted in Natural Beauties | Read More »

Natural Reserve

Natural Reserve

Sharga Mankhan consists of two parts; one is located in Buyant and Mankhan soums of Khovd aimag, and the other one is located in Tonkhil, Darvi, Togrog and Khaliun soums of Gobi-Altai aimag. The distance between these two parts is about 200 km. It is a home and last refuge to the Mongolian antelope, which [...]

February 17th, 2009 | Posted in Natural Beauties | Read More »

Mongolian Steppe

Mongolian Steppe

Most parts of the Mongolian territory is occupied with vast steppe. So Mongols are named as Mongol of steppe. There are limitless steppes, vast pastures such as Eastern Mongolia`s steppes, Mongolian Dornod, Dayin Tavgiin, Guulingging, Arvain steppes and innumerable ravines and gorges. When driving flats or galloping at full speed through the herds and flocks [...]

February 5th, 2009 | Posted in Natural Beauties | Read More »

Nomrog, protected area in Dornod aimag

Nomrog, protected area in Dornod aimag

Nomrog, strictly prohibited area, covers the remote and uninhabited far eastern tip of Mongolia. The area encompasses 311,205 hectares of land along the state border in Sumber soum of Dornod aimag. Ecologically distinct from-the rest of Mongolia, this preserve includes the westernmost end of Khyangan mountain range, which extends into Mongolia from Manchuria, China. The [...]

February 5th, 2009 | Posted in Natural Beauties | Read More »

Otgontenger Mountain

Otgontenger Mountain

Otgontenger Mountain, the highest peak of the Khangai mountain range, is situated in Otgon and Aldarkhaan soums of Zavkhan aimag. Historically, this mountain was initially protected in 1818. This area represents the natural complexity of the Khangai mountain range and is a home to rare and very rare wildlife and bio-diversity.

February 4th, 2009 | Posted in Natural Beauties | Read More »

Mountains in Mongolia

Mountains in Mongolia

Mongolia is also one of the highest countries in the world, with an average elevation of 1580m. Mongolia’s highest mountains, The Mongol Altai Mountains are situated in the western part of Mongolia stretching for 600-650 kilometres and were structured by thin hills, hollows and straight precipitous crags, which have a height of more than 4,000 [...]

February 2nd, 2009 | Posted in Natural Beauties | Read More »

Bogdkhaan Mountain

Bogdkhaan Mountain

Bogdkhaan Mountain was officially protected first in 1778 by the initiative of Khuree Van Minister (a capital governor) Yundendorj, one of the leading aristocrats of that time. This mountain itself, with its ancient historical and cultural heritage, is located on the southern edge of the Mongolian capital. It was once again taken under protection in [...]

February 1st, 2009 | Posted in Natural Beauties | Read More »