WildTicket Asia - Tours in Kazakhstan

Your big journey along the Great Silk Road !

Information

Request

Red Wolf in Charyn park, Almaty region


Observation of the red wolf in the Charyn reserve

Observation of animals in the reserves of Kazakhstan

Red wolf, the rarest attraction of the Charyn reserve. A very rare endangered species still living in Kazakhstan. The animal is very careful, it is almost impossible to see it, it is also very difficult to see it due to its small number. In Kazakhstan, it is found in the Tien Shan and Semirechensky (Dzhungarsky) Alatau. The animal is very beautiful, graceful, leads a secretive lifestyle during the day, and goes hunting at night.

Red wolf in Kazakhstan

The EW category is an endangered species in the wild nature of the country, it is included in the IWC Red List (EN category), the Red Data Book of Russia (Category 1), the Red Data Book of Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan (a very rare and unexplored species, data on which has not been available since the 50s. XX century). The red wolf is the only representative of this eponymous relative in the fauna of Kazakhstan and the world fauna.

Red wolf habitat

The wolf lives in rocky gorges, subalpine and alpine meadows, steppes, mountain steppes and forests, especially at an altitude of 2500-4000 m above sea level. In winter, wolves pursue ungulates to a height of 800-1500 m.). The main prey is tauteke (mountain goat), argali, deer, wild boars, domestic animals. Enemy of the red wolf, an ordinary wolf.

Red wolf on Charyn

Photogallery: