Mongolia is extraordinarily rich in spectacular, development-free landscapes, extensive wildlife habitat, and healthy populations of native plants and animals, including Snow Leopards and Mongolian Gazelles. It is also extraordinarily rich in birdlife including some of Central Asia's most localized species such as Altai Snowcock, Black-billed Capercaillie, McQueen's Bustard, Oriental Plover, Relict Gull, Pallas's Sandgrouse, Mongolian Lark, Koslov's Accentor, Mongolian Ground Jay, Pere David's Snowfinch, Saxaul Sparrow, and Mongolian (Trumpeter) Finch. As well as many spectacular Eurasian specialties such as, Dalmatian Pelican, Black Stork, White-tailed Eagle (and many other raptors), up to six species of cranes, Pallas's Gull, Asiatic Dowitcher, and a host of Old-World warbler, chats and buntings. Take a virtual trip with us to the other side of the world as we explore the nature of Mongolia.
Meet your presenter: Chris Leahy first visited Mongolia in 1982 and has been making almost annual visits since 1994.
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