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For $16,000, you can hunt with eagles in the wilds of Mongolia

Every October in Mongolia, among the high-altitude crags of the Altai Mountains, the ancient nomadic tradition of falconry comes to life. The area is home to the native burkitshi, who have trained eagles to aid in their hunting expeditions. Now you can join in. SEE ALSO: Intense bald eagle attack caught on nest camera Jalsa Urubshurow, founder of Nomadic Expeditions and the Golden Eagle Festival, which runs from Sept.
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