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Bird Watching Tours

Oriental Plover - Charadrius veredus Tum-Eco tour Tumen birdwatching bird watching mongolia
Oriental Plover - Charadrius veredus
Rufous-backed Redstart - Phoenicurus erythronotus Tum-Eco tour Tumen birdwatching bird watching mongolia
Rufous-backed Redstart - Phoenicurus erythronotus
Pallas's Sandgrouse - Syrrhaptes paradoxus Tum-Eco tour Tumen birdwatching bird watching mongolia
Pallas's Sandgrouse - Syrrhaptes paradoxus
Altai Snowcock - Tetraogallus altaicus Tum-Eco tour Tumen birdwatching bird watching mongolia
Altai Snowcock - Tetraogallus altaicus
Black-billed Capercaillie - Tetrao urogalloides Tum-Eco tour Tumen birdwatching bird watching mongolia
Black-billed Capercaillie - Tetrao urogalloides
Relict Gull - Ichthyaetus relictus Tum-Eco tour Tumen birdwatching bird watching mongolia
Relict Gull - Ichthyaetus relictus
Dalmatian Pelican - Pelecanus crispus Tum-Eco tour Tumen birdwatching bird watching mongolia
Dalmatian Pelican - Pelecanus crispus
Mongolian Ground-jay - Podoces hendersoni Tum-Eco tour Tumen birdwatching bird watching mongolia
Mongolian Ground-jay - Podoces hendersoni
Black-throated Thrush - Turdus ruficollis atrogularis Tum-Eco tour Tumen birdwatching bird watching mongolia
Black-throated Thrush - Turdus ruficollis atrogularis
White-naped Crane - Grus vipio Tum-Eco tour Tumen birdwatching bird watching mongolia
White-naped Crane - Grus vipio
Relict Gull - Ichthyaetus relictus Tum-Eco tour Tumen birdwatching bird watching mongolia
Relict Gull - Ichthyaetus relictus
Saxaul Sparrow - Passer ammodendri Tum-Eco tour Tumen birdwatching bird watching mongolia
Saxaul Sparrow - Passer ammodendri

Three major flyways for migratory birds pass through Mongolia and a total of 487 bird species have been recorded.

Mammal Watching Tours

Snow Leopard - Uncia uncia Tum-Eco tour Tumen mammalwatching mammal watching mongolia wildlife
Snow Leopard - Uncia uncia
Przewalski’s Horse - Equus ferus przewalskii Tum-Eco tour Tumen mammalwatching mammal watching mongolia wildlife
Przewalski’s Horse - Equus ferus przewalskii
Asiatic Wild Ass - Equus hemionus Tum-Eco tour Tumen mammalwatching mammal watching mongolia wildlife
Asiatic Wild Ass - Equus hemionus
Snow Leopard - Uncia uncia (Camera trap photo) Tum-Eco tour Tumen mammalwatching mammal watching mongolia wildlife
Snow Leopard - Uncia uncia
Saiga Antelope - Saiga tatarica Tum-Eco tour Tumen mammalwatching mammal watching mongolia wildlife
Saiga Antelope - Saiga tatarica
Corsac Fox - Vulpes corsac Tum-Eco tour Tumen mammalwatching mammal watching mongolia wildlife
Corsac Fox - Vulpes corsac
Wild Camel - Camelus bactrianus ferus Tum-Eco tour Tumen mammalwatching mammal watching mongolia wildlife
Wild Camel - Camelus bactrianus ferus
Saiga Antelope - Saiga tatarica Tum-Eco tour Tumen mammalwatching mammal watching mongolia wildlife
Saiga Antelope - Saiga tatarica
Mongolian Gazelle - Procapra gutturosa Tum-Eco tour Tumen mammalwatching mammal watching mongolia wildlife
Mongolian Gazelle - Procapra gutturosa
Grey Wolf - Canis lupus Tum-Eco tour Tumen mammalwatching mammal watching mongolia wildlife
Grey Wolf - Canis lupus
Siberian Ibex - Capra sibirica Tum-Eco tour Tumen mammalwatching mammal watching mongolia wildlife
Siberian Ibex - Capra sibirica
Long-eared Jerboa - Euchoreutes naso Tum-Eco tour Tumen mammalwatching mammal watching mongolia wildlife
Long-eared Jerboa - Euchoreutes naso

Mongolia is one of the last few countries in the world where wild animals still roam free and unencumbered throughout the countryside.

Photo Safari Tours


Eternize the amazing moments and actions of the real wild animals, birds, extraordinary landscapes which has unique formation and colors, and also the humble lifestyle of local nomads of Mongolia.

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What our clients say

Mongolia exceeded my expectations by a long way. And my expectations were high.

It is mammal watching nirvana.

Jon Hall jonhall1@gmail.com

This was a highly enjoyable trip …
… an excellent choice!

Jon Hornbuckle jonhornbuckle@yahoo.com

Run by passionate naturalists, the ultimate Mongolia tours for those seeking Mongolia’s amazing birds and mammals.

Robert Hutchinson rob.birdtourasia@gmail.com

About Us

We have more than 20 years of experience in Mongolian tourism. We are located in the Gobi desert, however we organize tailor-made bird and mammal watching trips, wildlife photography trips, dinosaur trips, culture trips, camel trips and hikings in all regions of Mongolia.

We founded and organized Mongolia's first group "Camel Tour" in 1995; created and organized the "Camel Festival - Winter Event" in 1997, which subsequently became the biggest winter tourism event in Mongolia; successfully launched "100 birds of Mongolia" exhibit in 2006; created the Master Plan for the development of tourism in Southgobi province in 2008, and published the "Guide to Southgobi province" book in 2014.

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Bird watching: 8-23 May, 2017 – by Simon Colenutt

Participants: Barry Wright, Jon Hornbuckle, Marc Brew, Rod Martins, Lorand Szucs, Richard Fairbank Simon Colenutt and Duncan Brooks Itinerary 8th May (Day 1) – Travel from London Heathrow to Ulaanbaatar via Istanbul and Bishkek. 11:30-11:15, journey time of 15.5 hours 9th May (Day 2) – Arrive Ulaanbaatar 11:15 birded en-route to Mungunmorit. Night camping at Mungum Sum. 10th […]

Mammal watching: 3-18 September, 2016 – by Jon Hall

Participants: Jon Hall, Phil Telfer and Paul Carter In 2006 I saw footage of Bactrian Camels in the Mongolian Gobi Desert on the BBC’s Planet Earth series. Oh how I wanted to go. And then I heard the details about how long and complicated the expedition had been to get the footage. I gave up […]

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Mammal watching: 19 July – 1 August, 2015 – by Richard Webb

CONTENTS Introduction Acknowledgements References Mammal list Logistics Itineraries – actual and suggested Site Guide Selected Bird List

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