Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) is the largest wild member of the dog family and the ancestor of the domestic dog. He has a head and body length of 35-60 inches/91-152 cm, tail length of 13-20 inches/33-51 cm, shoulder height of 26-32 inches/66-81 cm and 80-120 pounds/36-54 kg, some-times considerably more. Females are about 20 percent smaller than males. Their habitat is forest, woodland, tundra and desert, in both flat and mountainous terrain. Distribution throughout mainland Asia expect southern and southeastern India, Indochina, coastal China and Korea also occurs in Europe and North America.
Northern Siberia: Yakutia and North of Kamchatka.
You will arrive to the international Moscow airport. Our PRO interpreter will meet you at the airport and assist with customs formalities. You take the connecting flight to North of Siberia - Yakutsk or Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski
Camp and accommodation
Hunting lodges in the area as well as good equiped heated tented camps.
During daylight hours the temperature is 14-50F/-10-150C and during nighttime is -4-140F/-10-200C.
The way of hunt in the Northern Siberia is different to European hunt. Wolves will locate near to the caribou herd and will be followed by skidoo on their tracks. The mobility at this hunt is done by mobile fly camp out of special equipped polar tents. This is one of the most excitant hunts. Here you can harvest at the same time one of the rarest trophies—wolverine.
Schedule for the North of Siberia:
|Day 1||Arrival in Moscow, departure to Petropavlovsk|
|Day 2||Arrival in Petropavlovsk, overnight|
|Day 3||Flight to Tilichiki with airplane Yak-40 (1 hour), then about 4 hours transfer by skidoo to the hunting camp.|
|Day 4-7||5 hunting days.|
|Day 8||Transfer back to Tilichiki, flight back to Petropavlovsk, overnight at the hotel|
|Day 9||Departure to Moscow, arrival in Moscow, overnight|