26/05/2016 7:30 PM AEST | Updated 27/05/2016 1:14 AM AEST

Watch Mongolian Hunters Use Eagles To Catch Prey

The ancient technique is being preserved in this remote region.

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In the far western part of Mongolia, the tradition of hunting with eagles continues to pass from generation to generation. The Kazakhs, who live in this harsh, cold region, rely on their trained golden eagles for hunting bright red foxes in the winter. As the eagles roam the skies, they easily spot the foxes below to bring as prizes to the hunters.

Only around 250 eagle hunters remain, yet they preserve their tradition by teaching their children the practice from an early age.

Watch the HuffPost RYOT video on eagle hunting above.

Footage shot by Cale Glendening and Cory Tran