There are up to 40 mammals in Durminskoye. Below are some of the main species and photos taken in the reserve. Of note are the carnivores (including tiger, two species of bear, lynx, fox, badger and occasional wolf), and ungulates (four species of deer, and the world's largest wild boar). All photos below are taken on the reserve.

• Amur (or Ussuri) tiger (Lat. Panthera tigris altaica)
• Ussuri Brown Bear (Lat. Ursus arctos lasiotus)
• Himalayan or Asian Black Bear (Lat. Selenarctos thibetanus)
• Manchurian wapiti ((Lat. Cervus canadensis xanthopygus)
• Siberian roe deer (Lat. Capreolus pygargus)
• Manchurian roe deer (Lat. Capreolus pygargus bedfordi)
• Musk deer (Lat. Moschus moschiferus)
• Sika deer (Lat. Cervus nippon mantchuricus or cervus nippon dybowskii)
• Ussuri wild Boar (Lat. Sus scrofa ussuricus Heude)
• Mink (Lat. Mustela vison)
• Lynx (Lat. Lynx lynx)
• Red fox (Lat. Vulpes vulpes)
• Squirrel (Lat. Sciurus)
• Wolf (Lat. Canis lupus)
• Ussuri raccoon dog (Lat. Nyctereutes procyonoides ussuriensis)
• Amur badger (Lat. Meles leucurus amurensis)
• Otter (Lat. Lutra lutra)
• Charsa (Lat. Martes flavigula or Lamprogale flavigula)
• Sable (Lat. Martes zibellina)
• Siberian polecat (Lat. Mustela sibirica)