Fauna of Kyrgyzstan is as diverse as the flora. Animals in Kyrgyzstan live at different suitable altitudes, for example between 3,400 and 3,800 m marmots, mountain voles and field voles live. Being in a tour in Kyrgyzstan it is possible to see brown bears, hares, wild rams, and mountain goats. The higher the altitude is less marmots and the more birds you will see, as alpine choughs, red-bellied redstarts, rock pigeons, partridges, golden eagles, falcons, hawks, and buzzards and bullfinches live in these places. Some birds can be trained and used for hunting in Kyrgyzstan, but not fully domesticated.
The inherent part of the fauna of Kyrgyzstan is rare animals such as Marco Polo sheep, red deer, lynx, and snow leopards. Snow leopards are disappearing nowadays, but Kyrgyzstan takes all efforts to save rare animals.
The main aim of Kyrgyzstan is to save flora and fauna. Residents and guests of Kyrgyzstan are asked to save environment, not to pollute flora and take care of fauna. Our managers are glad to describe all peculiar features of Kyrgyzstan and tour in the country. They will also describe rules and obligations of living and touring in Kyrgyzstan. Welcome to Kyrgyzstan, we are glad to help you in making your tour unforgettable!