The Prielbrusye Park in Russia, has many wild animals that calls the park grounds their home. Wild mountain goats can often be seen grazing the alpine meadows, with Tur grazing the same fields in the evenings. Wolves are also located in the park. Foxes are always on the hunt for Wood Mice or Voles, while the Lynxes are scouring the area for snowcocks, or any other bird, hares, young Tur, chamois and roe deer. The Prielbrusye National Park also has Brown Bears that wonder throughout the forests, but seem to prefer the Baskan River Valley and can often be seen in the early morning as they venture toward the mineral springs for a morning drink. Wild Boars are a common sight and the underestimated weasel makes a fierce predator in his own right.