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Big Year 2018

The winner will submit the pictures of the largest number of bird species taken on the territory of our country during this year.

You can see previous years competitions results here: 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

supported by "Bloomsbury Publishing" / rewards

participants


* number inside brackets means the number of species photographed in 2018
3. Gubin Boris (263)
5. Golubeva Anna (207)
6. Yasko Anna (206)
9. Malkov Yuriy (155)
12. Silan Serg (140)
14. Bevza Ivan (135)
16. Vilyayev Andrey (127)
17. Kim Natali (110)
21. Belyalov Oleg (62)
26. Bolbotov Gleb (44)
27. Magazov Aibar (41)
37. Vayman Danil (14)
39. Sarayev Fedor (12)
47. Karpov Fedor (6)
55. Minns Sean (5)
56. Sedykh Irina (4)
59. Ashby Sveta (2)
60. Klasan Steve (2)
61. Sykes Tim (2)
63. Beket Timur (1)
68. Pestov Mark (1)
70. Ukhov Sergey (1)

all species photographed in 2018


* in order of appearance (number inside brackets means the date of first record "month-day" )
1. Great Tit (2018-01-01)
2. Tree Sparrow (2018-01-01)
3. Northern Bullfinch (2018-01-01)
4. Eurasian Jay (2018-01-01)
5. Long-tailed Rosefinch (2018-01-01)
6. Mallard (2018-01-01)
7. Laughing Dove (2018-01-01)
8. Common Chaffinch (2018-01-01)
9. Eurasian Blackbird (2018-01-01)
10. Red-fronted Serin (2018-01-01)
11. Eurasian Siskin (2018-01-01)
12. Brambling (2018-01-01)
13. Eurasian Dipper (2018-01-01)
14. White-tailed Sea-Eagle (2018-01-01)
15. Common Redpoll (2018-01-01)
16. Hawfinch (2018-01-01)
17. Rock Pigeon (2018-01-01)
18. Hooded Crow (2018-01-01)
19. Eurasian Goldfinch (2018-01-01)
20. Bohemian Waxwing (2018-01-01)
21. Fieldfare (2018-01-01)
22. Black-Billed Magpie (2018-01-01)
23. European Robin (2018-01-01)
24. Black Redstart (2018-01-01)
25. Common Kestrel (2018-01-01)
26. Great Spotted Woodpecker (2018-01-01)
27. White-Backed Woodpecker (2018-01-01)
28. Baikal Bullfinch (2018-01-01)
29. House Sparrow (2018-01-02)
30. Rook (2018-01-02)
31. Coal Tit (2018-01-02)
32. Grey-headed Goldfinch (2018-01-02)
33. Yellowhammer (2018-01-02)
34. Smew (2018-01-02)
35. Common Goldeneye (2018-01-02)
36. Pine Bunting (2018-01-02)
37. Goosander (2018-01-02)
38. Black-throated Thrush (2018-01-02)
39. Wallcreeper (2018-01-02)
40. Goldcrest (2018-01-02)
41. Mistle Thrush (2018-01-02)
42. Yellow-breasted Tit (2018-01-02)
43. Red Crossbill (2018-01-03)
44. Common Raven (2018-01-03)
45. Eurasian Jackdaw (2018-01-03)
46. Willow Tit (2018-01-03)
47. Lesser Spotted Woodpecker (2018-01-03)
48. Himalayan Vulture (2018-01-03)
49. Red-billed Chough (2018-01-03)
50. Brown Accentor (2018-01-03)
51. Common Treecreeper (2018-01-04)
52. Grey-Headed Woodpecker (2018-01-04)
53. Eurasian Nuthatch (2018-01-04)
54. Horned Lark (2018-01-05)
55. Solitary Snipe (2018-01-05)
56. Masked Wagtail (2018-01-05)
57. Golden Eagle (2018-01-05)
58. Stock Pigeon (2018-01-06)
59. Wood Pigeon (2018-01-06)
60. Azure Tit (2018-01-06)
61. Common Sparrowhawk (2018-01-06)
62. Common Pheasant (2018-01-06)
63. Rough-legged Buzzard (2018-01-06)
64. Carrion Crow (2018-01-06)
65. Common Buzzard (2018-01-06)
66. Long-eared Owl (2018-01-06)
67. European Greenfinch (2018-01-06)
68. Eversmann's Redstart (2018-01-06)
69. Crested Lark (2018-01-06)
70. Eurasian Collared Dove (2018-01-06)
71. Common Mynah (2018-01-06)
72. Water Pipit (2018-01-07)
73. White-Winged Woodpecker (2018-01-07)
74. Northern Wren (2018-01-07)
75. Red-mantled Rosefinch (2018-01-07)
76. Ibisbill (2018-01-07)
77. Northern Reed Bunting (2018-01-07)
78. Mew Gull (2018-01-07)
79. Black-headed Gull (2018-01-07)
80. Whooper Swan (2018-01-07)
81. Asian Rosy-Finch (2018-01-08)
82. Long-tailed Tit (2018-01-08)
83. Eastern Buzzard (2018-01-08)
84. Turkestan Tit (2018-01-08)
85. Twite (2018-01-10)
86. Pallas's Rosefinch (2018-01-11)
87. Corn Bunting (2018-01-12)
88. Hen Harrier (2018-01-12)
89. Eurasian Linnet (2018-01-12)
90. Common Starling (2018-01-12)
91. Little Owl (2018-01-12)
92. White-winged Grosbeak (2018-01-13)
93. Northern Black Grouse (2018-01-13)
94. Common Pochard (2018-01-13)
95. Baraba Steppe Gull (2018-01-13)
96. Redwing (2018-01-13)
97. Great White Egret (2018-01-13)
98. Great Crested Grebe (2018-01-13)
99. Merlin (2018-01-13)
100. Greylag Goose (2018-01-13)
101. Ruddy Shelduck (2018-01-13)
102. Ring-billed Gull (2018-01-14)
103. Caspian Gull (2018-01-14)
104. Mute Swan (2018-01-14)
105. Pygmy Cormorant (2018-01-14)
106. Great Cormorant (2018-01-14)
107. Dalmatian Pelican (2018-01-14)
108. Pallas's Gull (2018-01-14)
109. Rock Sparrow (2018-01-14)
110. Peregrine Falcon (2018-01-15)
111. Lesser Short-toed Lark (2018-01-15)
112. Saker Falcon (2018-01-15)
113. White-winged Lark (2018-01-15)
114. Red-crested Pochard (2018-01-16)
115. Great Grey Shrike (2018-01-16)
116. Demoiselle Crane (2018-01-17)
117. Spotted Nutcracker (2018-01-18)
118. Pine Grosbeak (2018-01-18)
119. Tufted Duck (2018-01-18)
120. Little Grebe (2018-01-18)
121. Common Snipe (2018-01-18)
122. Common Coot (2018-01-18)
123. Northern Shoveler (2018-01-18)
124. Greater Ringed Plover (2018-01-18)
125. Dunlin (2018-01-18)
126. Guldenstadt's Redstart (2018-01-18)
127. Common Kingfisher (2018-01-18)
128. Eastern Imperial Eagle (2018-01-18)
129. Sky Lark (2018-01-18)
130. Common Chiffchaff (2018-01-18)
131. Red-breasted Merganser (2018-01-20)
132. Spanish Sparrow (2018-01-20)
133. Steppe Eagle (2018-01-21)
134. Grey Heron (2018-01-21)
135. Chukar Partridge (2018-01-21)
136. Green Sandpiper (2018-01-21)
137. Northern Pintail (2018-01-21)
138. Godlewski's Bunting (2018-01-22)
139. Lammergeier (2018-01-26)
140. Water Rail (2018-01-28)
141. Bewick's Swan (2018-01-28)
142. Cinereous Vulture (2018-01-28)
143. Greater White-fronted Goose (2018-01-28)
144. Black-Necked Grebe (2018-02-02)
145. Gadwall (2018-02-02)
146. Alpine Accentor (2018-02-02)
147. Upland Buzzard (2018-02-03)
148. Long-legged Buzzard (2018-02-04)
149. Northern Hawk Owl (2018-02-04)
150. Meadow Bunting (2018-02-08)
151. Northern Hazelhen (2018-02-15)
152. Western Marsh-Harrier (2018-02-16)
153. Blue Tit (2018-02-16)
154. Black Kite (2018-02-17)
155. Eastern Rock Nuthatch (2018-02-18)
156. Red-breasted Rosefinch (2018-02-18)
157. Brandt's Rosefinch (2018-02-18)
158. Yellow-billed Chough (2018-02-18)
159. Black Woodpecker (2018-02-23)
160. Himalayan Snowcock (2018-02-23)
161. Northern Goshawk (2018-02-24)
162. Brown Dipper (2018-02-24)
163. Isabelline Wheatear (2018-02-25)
164. Short-eared Owl (2018-02-25)
165. Common Teal (2018-02-25)
166. Common Shelduck (2018-02-25)
167. Red-throated Thrush (2018-02-28)
168. Common Crane (2018-03-01)
169. Ferruginous Duck (2018-03-01)
170. Northern Lapwing (2018-03-01)
171. Great Bustard (2018-03-03)
172. Little Bustard (2018-03-03)
173. Ruff (2018-03-03)
174. Eurasian Wigeon (2018-03-03)
175. Calandra Lark (2018-03-03)
176. Citrine Wagtail (2018-03-04)
177. Desert Wheatear (2018-03-04)
178. Bimaculated Lark (2018-03-04)
179. Finsch's Wheatear (2018-03-04)
180. Black-throated Accentor (2018-03-05)
181. Black-Bellied Sandgrouse (2018-03-05)
182. Desert Finch (2018-03-05)
183. Steppe Grey Shrike (2018-03-06)
184. White Wagtail (2018-03-07)
185. Greater Flamingo (2018-03-07)
186. Cetti's Warbler (2018-03-08)
187. Pied Wheatear (2018-03-08)
188. Rock Bunting (2018-03-08)
189. Isabelline Shrike (2018-03-08)
190. Siberian Black-backed Gull (2018-03-09)
191. Dunnock (2018-03-09)
192. Greater Scaup (2018-03-10)
193. Pallas's Sandgrouse (2018-03-10)
194. Common Oystercatcher (2018-03-11)
195. Hoopoe (2018-03-11)
196. Meadow Pipit (2018-03-16)
197. Slender-billed Gull (2018-03-16)
198. Snow Bunting (2018-03-16)
199. Lapland Longspur (2018-03-17)
200. Little Ringed Plover (2018-03-17)
201. Turkestan Shrike (2018-03-17)
202. Garganey (2018-03-18)
203. Common Redshank (2018-03-18)
204. Eurasian Curlew (2018-03-18)
205. Common Swift (2018-03-18)
206. Black Stork (2018-03-19)
207. Northern House Martin (2018-03-19)
208. Kentish Plover (2018-03-20)
209. Greater Sand Plover (2018-03-20)
210. White-crowned Penduline Tit (2018-03-21)
211. Bluethroat (2018-03-21)
212. Short-toed Snake-Eagle (2018-03-21)
213. Griffon Vulture (2018-03-22)
214. Alpine Swift (2018-03-22)
215. Asian Desert Warbler (2018-03-22)
216. Hodgson's Rosefinch (2018-03-22)
217. White-browed Tit-Warbler (2018-03-22)
218. Sand Martin (2018-03-23)
219. Grey Partridge (2018-03-24)
220. Northern Wheatear (2018-03-27)
221. Barn Swallow (2018-03-28)
222. Tree Pipit (2018-03-28)
223. Pied Avocet (2018-03-28)
224. Sandwich Tern (2018-03-28)
225. Grey Wagtail (2018-03-31)
226. Blue Whistling Thrush (2018-03-31)
227. Black-winged Stilt (2018-03-31)
228. Common Stonechat (2018-03-31)
229. Black-headed Wagtail (2018-03-31)
230. Yellow Wagtail (2018-03-31)
231. Common Moorhen (2018-04-01)
232. Common Tern (2018-04-01)
233. Red-necked Phalarope (2018-04-01)
234. Lesser Kestrel (2018-04-02)
235. Semi-collared Flycatcher (2018-04-02)
236. Great White Pelican (2018-04-03)
237. Greater Short-toed Lark (2018-04-04)
238. Tawny Pipit (2018-04-04)
239. White-headed Duck (2018-04-06)
240. Black-tailed Godwit (2018-04-06)
241. Song Thrush (2018-04-07)
242. Osprey (2018-04-07)
243. Blue-capped Redstart (2018-04-08)
244. Macqueen's Bustard (2018-04-08)
245. White-tailed Lapwing (2018-04-08)
246. Marsh Sandpiper (2018-04-08)
247. Red-breasted Flycatcher (2018-04-08)
248. Mongolian Finch (2018-04-09)
249. Lesser Whitethroat (2018-04-11)
250. Hume's Warbler (2018-04-11)
251. Booted Eagle (2018-04-11)
252. Eurasian Redstart (2018-04-12)
253. Sulphur-bellied Warbler (2018-04-15)
254. Oriental Turtle Dove (2018-04-15)
255. Common Sandpiper (2018-04-15)
256. Long-tailed Duck (2018-04-15)
257. Bean Goose (2018-04-17)
258. Willow Warbler (2018-04-17)
259. Pallid Harrier (2018-04-17)
260. Red-rumped Swallow (2018-04-18)
261. Red-Necked Grebe (2018-04-19)
262. Little Stint (2018-04-19)
263. Temminck's Stint (2018-04-19)
264. Common Greenshank (2018-04-19)
265. Caspian Tern (2018-04-20)
266. Common Cuckoo (2018-04-20)
267. Black-eared Wheatear (2018-04-20)
268. Eurasian Wryneck (2018-04-21)
269. Whinchat (2018-04-21)
270. Eurasian Hobby (2018-04-21)
271. Black Tern (2018-04-21)
272. Gull-billed Tern (2018-04-21)
273. Eurasian Roller (2018-04-21)
274. Collared Pratincole (2018-04-21)
275. Bar-tailed Godwit (2018-04-22)
276. Little Tern (2018-04-22)
277. Eurasian Crag Martin (2018-04-22)
278. Egyptian Vulture (2018-04-22)
279. Brown-necked Raven (2018-04-22)
280. Pied Flycatcher (2018-04-22)
281. Red-breasted Goose (2018-04-22)
282. European Bee-eater (2018-04-23)
283. Paddyfield Warbler (2018-04-23)
284. Booted Warbler (2018-04-23)
285. Common Rosefinch (2018-04-23)
286. Spotted Flycatcher (2018-04-23)
287. Rosy Starling (2018-04-23)
288. Menetries Warbler (2018-04-23)
289. Common Nightingale (2018-04-24)
290. Yellow-eyed Pigeon (2018-04-24)
292. Songar Tit (2018-04-24)
293. White-winged Tern (2018-04-25)
294. Collared Flycatcher (2018-04-25)
295. Black-crowned Night Heron (2018-04-25)
296. Mediterranean Gull (2018-04-25)
297. Saxaul Sparrow (2018-04-26)
298. Montagu's Harrier (2018-04-26)
299. Blackcap (2018-04-26)
300. Black-legged Kittiwake (2018-04-26)
301. Shikra (2018-04-27)
302. Siberian Tit (2018-04-27)
303. Purple Heron (2018-04-28)
304. Eurasian Scops-Owl (2018-04-28)
305. Pied Bushchat (2018-04-29)
306. Cattle Egret (2018-04-29)
307. Glossy Ibis (2018-04-29)
308. Little Egret (2018-04-29)
309. Great Reed Warbler (2018-04-29)
310. Ortolan Bunting (2018-04-29)
311. Red-backed Shrike (2018-04-29)
312. Red-headed Bunting (2018-04-29)
313. Wood Sandpiper (2018-04-30)
314. Caspian Plover (2018-04-30)
315. Rufous-tailed Rock Thrush (2018-04-30)
316. Indian Sparrow (2018-04-30)
317. Lesser Grey Shrike (2018-04-30)
318. Rufous Bush Robin (2018-05-01)
319. European Nightjar (2018-05-01)
320. Pander's Ground-Jay (2018-05-01)
321. Grey-necked Bunting (2018-05-03)
322. Long-tailed Shrike (2018-05-04)
323. Common Whitethroat (2018-05-04)
324. White's Thrush (2018-05-04)
325. Thrush Nightingale (2018-05-04)
326. Variable Wheatear (2018-05-04)
327. Red-throated Pipit (2018-05-04)
328. Black-winged Pratincole (2018-05-04)
329. Blue Rock Thrush (2018-05-04)
330. White-capped Bunting (2018-05-04)
331. Crimson-winged Finch (2018-05-04)
332. Eurasian Whimbrel (2018-05-04)
333. Grey Plover (2018-05-04)
334. Western Grasshopper Warbler (2018-05-05)
335. Common Quail (2018-05-05)
336. Corncrake (2018-05-05)
337. Upcher's Warbler (2018-05-05)
338. Eurasian Stone Curlew (2018-05-05)
339. European Golden Oriole (2018-05-05)
340. Greenish Warbler (2018-05-05)
341. Whiskered Tern (2018-05-05)
342. Syke's Warbler (2018-05-05)
343. Terek Sandpiper (2018-05-05)
344. Ruddy Turnstone (2018-05-05)
345. Blyth's Reed Warbler (2018-05-05)
346. Spotted Redshank (2018-05-06)
347. Pale Sand Martin (2018-05-06)
348. Eurasian Eagle-Owl (2018-05-06)
349. Broad-billed Sandpiper (2018-05-06)
350. Little Bittern (2018-05-06)
351. Yellow-backed Wagtail (2018-05-06)
352. Curlew Sandpiper (2018-05-06)
353. Eurasian Penduline Tit (2018-05-06)
354. Crested Honey-Buzzard (2018-05-07)
355. Savi's Warbler (2018-05-07)
356. Baillon's Crake (2018-05-07)
357. Himalayan Accentor (2018-05-07)
358. Blue-cheeked Bee-eater (2018-05-07)
359. Sanderling (2018-05-07)
360. Streaked Scrub Warbler (2018-05-07)
361. Little Gull (2018-05-08)
362. Himalayan Rubythroat (2018-05-08)
363. Eurasian Honey-Buzzard (2018-05-08)
364. Clamorous Reed Warbler (2018-05-08)
365. Sedge Warbler (2018-05-08)
366. Bearded Tit (2018-05-09)
367. Trumpeter Finch (2018-05-09)
368. Pale Rock-Finch (2018-05-09)
369. Black-headed Bunting (2018-05-09)
370. European Turtle Dove (2018-05-10)
371. Eurasian Reed Warbler (2018-05-12)
372. Pacific Golden Plover (2018-05-12)
373. Lesser Sand Plover (2018-05-12)
374. Spotted Crake (2018-05-13)
375. Swinhoe's Snipe (2018-05-13)
376. Eurasian Golden Plover (2018-05-15)
377. White-throated Robin (2018-05-15)
378. Hume's Whitethroat (2018-05-15)
379. Barred Warbler (2018-05-15)
380. Garden Warbler (2018-05-16)
381. Slavonian Grebe (2018-05-16)
382. Boreal Owl (2018-05-25)
383. Eastern Orphean Warbler (2018-05-27)
384. Red-footed Falcon (2018-05-27)
385. Black Lark (2018-05-27)
386. Altai Snowcock (2018-05-29)
387. Olive-backed Pipit (2018-05-30)
388. Richard's Pipit (2018-06-04)
389. Yellow-breasted Bunting (2018-06-06)
390. White Stork (2018-06-06)
391. Asian Paradise Flycatcher (2018-06-06)
392. Black-breasted Tit (2018-06-08)
393. Barbary Falcon (2018-06-08)
394. Arctic Loon (2018-06-10)
395. Icterine Warbler (2018-06-12)
396. Pin-Tailed Sandgrouse (2018-06-12)
397. White-winged Scoter (2018-07-01)
398. Great Rosefinch (2018-07-16)
399. Dusky Warbler (2018-07-16)
400. Daurian Partridge (2018-07-20)
401. Hill Pigeon (2018-07-20)
402. Willow Ptarmigan (2018-07-21)
403. Sociable Lapwing (2018-07-21)
404. Eurasian Bittern (2018-07-23)
405. Rock Ptarmigan (2018-07-27)
406. Siberian Rubythroat (2018-07-28)
407. Marsh Warbler (2018-08-11)
408. Long-toed Stint (2018-08-14)
409. Red-flanked Bluetail (2018-08-19)
410. Arctic Warbler (2018-08-19)
411. Sharp-tailed Sandpiper (2018-08-26)
412. Levant Sparrowhawk (2018-08-28)
413. Greater Spotted Eagle (2018-08-28)
414. Wood Warbler (2018-08-29)
415. Eurasian Spoonbill (2018-09-08)
416. Yellow-browed Warbler (2018-09-08)
417. Little Bunting (2018-09-09)
418. Moustached Warbler (2018-09-22)
419. Long-billed Dowitcher (2018-10-07)
420. Pallas's Warbler (2018-10-14)
421. Ural Owl (2018-10-26)
422. Taiga Flycatcher (2018-11-04)

Big Year 2018

supported by

1. Isabekov Askar (309)
2. Belyaev Alexandr (294)
3. Gubin Boris (263)
4. Dyakin Gennadiy (249)
5. Golubeva Anna (207)
6. Yasko Anna (206)
7. Katuncev Alexandr (191)
8. Vorobyov Vladimir (169)
9. Malkov Yuriy (155)
10. Zvyaginceva Viktoriya (155)

more...

rare birds records


Pygmy Cormorant (Phalacrocorax pygmaeus)

© Aleksey Timoshenko
2018-10-18
Kostanay reg., Naurzum rezerve

New species of Naurzum Reserve. In northern part of Kazakhstan Pygmy
Cormorant previously was recorded at October 6th, 1998 in Kulykol lake
(Pynnonen, 1999), about 180 km to west from the point of new record.
Also singles or group of 2-80 birds were regularly observed in
Kurgaldzhin Reserve since 2001.

Ерохов С.Н., Березовиков Н.Н. 2009. Материалы к орнитофауне озёрной
степи и лесостепи Кустанайской области. Часть 1 // Рус. орнитол. журн.
18 (516): 1715-1742.
Кошкин А.В. 2017. Орнитофауна Тениз-Коргалжынского региона (Центральный
Казахстан) // Рус. орнитол. журн. 26 (1415): 909-956.


Greater Flamingo (Phoenicopterus roseus)

© Alexandr Belyaev
2018-11-03
Almatinskaja obl.,g.Taldykorgan

Rare vagrant visitors in SE Kazakhstan.


Pallas's Warbler (Phylloscopus proregulus)

© Andrey Kovalenko
2018-10-14
Northern Caspian, Kalamkas.

Rare vagrant bird. First record in western part of Kazakhstan. Before observed in Central Kazakhstan (Kurgaldzhino), and in S and SE Kazakhstan.


Long-billed Dowitcher (Limnodromus scolopaceus)

© Askar Isabekov
2018-10-07
Sorbulak lake system. Almaty oblast.

Second photo record of Long-billed Dowitcher in Kazakhstan. The first one was recorded in Sorbulak lakes too at September 7th, 2014 (Fedorenko, Isabekov, Dyakin, 2014). Group of birdwatchers with Peter Kennely also watched this bird in Sholak lake near Kurgaldzhino village at May 15, 2005, but unfortunately no evidence of this record was provided.
Орнитологический вестник Казахстана и Средней Азии, вып. 3, Алматы, 2014: 211-212

more rarities...

recent video

2018-11-16. Barn Swallow (Natali Kim).

2018-11-15. Little Ringed Plover (Natali Kim), Eurasian Dipper (Natali Kim).

2018-11-03. Greater Flamingo (Alexandr Belyaev).

2018-09-17. Azure Tit (Viktor Grishenkov).

2018-08-10. Barn Swallow (Anna Yasko), Lesser Whitethroat (Anna Yasko).

2018-08-04. Caspian Gull (Anna Yasko).

2018-06-21. Little Bittern (Anna Yasko).

2018-05-29. Common Nightingale (Andrei Kuryashkin), Bluethroat (Andrei Kuryashkin).

2018-05-27. Common Nightingale (Viktoriya Zvyaginceva).

2018-05-24. Sanderling (Anna Yasko), Common Cuckoo (Anna Yasko), Black-eared Wheatear (Anna Yasko).

more video...

unidentified birds


2018-11-20

Аскар Исабеков: похожа на молодую белую трясогузку

2018-11-20

Аскар Исабеков: безбровый конек, розовые ноги, сильная испещренность на груди, штрихи на боках не узкие, общий цвет зеленоватый, думаю, что луговой.

2018-11-19

Андрей Баздырев: Всё-таки это крошка: большая рыжая маска с тёмной окантовкой, видно охристую бровь и светлый пробор на голове, пестрины на груди и боках тёмные,
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2018-11-17

Сергей Л. Волков: Клюв-то у него конечно, слишком толстоват для белохвостого песочника. И много белого на горле тоже мало годится для него. Но по окраске верха
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2018-11-09

Наталья Ким: Благодарю, Анна и Сергей!

more unidentified birds...