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Malik Nukusbekov | 2017

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total species: 181
total photos: 658
total videos: 0
total blogposts: 1

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1. Long-eared Owl (01-01)
2. Green Sandpiper (01-03)
3. Calandra Lark (01-05)
4. Solitary Snipe (01-07)
5. White Stork (01-10)
6. Upland Buzzard (01-10)
8. Water Rail (01-16)
9. Little Owl (01-18)
10. Grey Partridge (01-20)
11. Eurasian Eagle-Owl (01-27)
12. Common Starling (01-30)
13. Great White Egret (02-01)
17. Masked Wagtail (02-23)
18. Mistle Thrush (02-24)
19. Common Coot (02-24)
20. Fieldfare (02-24)
21. Common Teal (02-24)
22. Pygmy Cormorant (02-26)
23. European Robin (02-26)
24. Common Chaffinch (02-26)
25. Hen Harrier (02-27)
26. Eurasian Woodcock (03-02)
28. Pine Bunting (03-03)
29. Common Raven (03-04)
30. Crested Lark (03-04)
31. Citrine Wagtail (03-07)
32. Steppe Eagle (03-07)
34. Common Redshank (03-07)
35. Little Grebe (03-07)
36. Black-headed Gull (03-07)
37. Caspian Gull (03-07)
41. Common Snipe (03-17)
43. Black Stork (03-19)
44. Demoiselle Crane (03-19)
45. Common Kestrel (03-19)
46. Cetti's Warbler (03-20)
47. Yellowhammer (03-20)
48. Hoopoe (03-22)
49. Pied Wheatear (03-22)
50. Brambling (03-22)
53. Smew (03-24)
54. Goosander (03-24)
56. Purple Heron (03-26)
57. Northern Wheatear (03-28)
58. Wood Pigeon (03-28)
59. Common Stonechat (03-28)
60. Eurasian Scops-Owl (03-29)
61. Goldcrest (03-29)
62. Great Bustard (03-31)
63. Turkestan Shrike (03-31)
64. Isabelline Shrike (03-31)
65. Black Kite (03-31)
66. Steppe Grey Shrike (04-06)
67. Bluethroat (04-06)
68. Black-winged Stilt (04-06)
69. Pied Avocet (04-06)
70. Gadwall (04-06)
71. Desert Wheatear (04-06)
73. Desert Finch (04-07)
74. Barn Swallow (04-08)
75. Osprey (04-08)
76. Garganey (04-08)
79. Mute Swan (04-10)
80. Syr-Darya Pheasant (04-10)
81. Paddyfield Warbler (04-11)
82. Little Bustard (04-14)
84. Bohemian Waxwing (04-15)
85. Eurasian Wryneck (04-18)
86. Eurasian Redstart (04-18)
87. Lesser Whitethroat (04-21)
89. Indian Sparrow (04-23)
91. Long-tailed Shrike (04-24)
92. Alpine Swift (04-24)
93. Hume's Warbler (04-24)
95. Common Kingfisher (04-25)
96. Common Nightingale (04-25)
99. Corn Bunting (04-26)
102. Common Rosefinch (05-01)
105. Common Sandpiper (05-03)
107. Rosy Starling (05-03)
108. European Bee-eater (05-05)
109. Hume's Whitethroat (05-05)
110. Spotted Flycatcher (05-05)
111. Eurasian Blackbird (05-05)
112. Thrush Nightingale (05-09)
113. Glossy Ibis (05-10)
114. Little Tern (05-10)
115. Syke's Warbler (05-10)
116. Black Tern (05-10)
117. Dalmatian Pelican (05-10)
118. Kentish Plover (05-12)
121. Eurasian Roller (05-14)
123. Ibisbill (06-05)
124. European Nightjar (06-15)
125. Blue Rock Thrush (06-16)
127. Rock Bunting (06-16)
129. Tawny Pipit (06-16)
131. Red-headed Bunting (07-02)
132. Common Greenshank (07-14)
133. Golden Eagle (07-27)
134. Red-billed Chough (07-29)
135. Tree Pipit (07-29)
137. Common Treecreeper (07-30)
138. Red Crossbill (07-30)
139. Red-fronted Serin (07-30)
140. Chukar Partridge (07-30)
141. Lammergeier (07-30)
144. Spotted Nutcracker (07-30)
145. Water Pipit (07-30)
146. Greenish Warbler (07-30)
149. Shikra (08-17)
150. Common Cuckoo (08-18)
151. Red-backed Shrike (08-26)
153. Temminck's Stint (09-01)
155. Great Crested Grebe (09-04)
156. Ruff (09-05)
157. Black-tailed Godwit (09-05)
158. Grey Heron (09-07)
159. White Wagtail (09-12)
160. Egyptian Vulture (09-12)
161. Common Chiffchaff (09-12)
162. Eurasian Hobby (09-19)
163. Lesser Kestrel (09-19)
164. Griffon Vulture (09-19)
165. Common Sparrowhawk (09-29)
168. Spanish Sparrow (10-01)
169. Common Buzzard (10-06)
170. Cinereous Vulture (10-08)
171. Northern Wren (10-13)
172. Eurasian Spoonbill (10-15)
173. Eurasian Wigeon (10-15)
174. Meadow Bunting (10-16)
175. Coal Tit (10-24)
177. Ruddy Shelduck (10-24)
178. Northern Goshawk (11-10)
180. Eurasian Goldfinch (11-20)
181. Steppe Horned Lark (11-20)

recent uploads


2017-11-20. Grey-headed Goldfinch, Eurasian Goldfinch, Steppe Horned Lark.

2017-11-18. Little Owl.

2017-11-14. Grey-headed Goldfinch, Common Chiffchaff, Northern Wren, Little Owl.

2017-11-12. Upland Buzzard.

2017-11-11. Northern Goshawk, White-tailed Sea-Eagle.

2017-11-07. Steppe Eagle.

2017-10-28. Ruddy Shelduck.

2017-10-27. Black-throated Thrush, Pine Bunting, Mountain Long-legged Buzzard, Goldcrest, Northern Wren.

2017-10-26. Pine Bunting, Coal Tit, White-bellied Dipper.

2017-10-21. Steppe Eagle.

2017-10-20. Little Owl, White-Winged Woodpecker, Turkestan Black Redstart, Hen Harrier, Central Asia Starling.

2017-10-19. Cinereous Vulture, Rock Bunting, Common Kingfisher, Common Sparrowhawk.

2017-10-18. Meadow Bunting, Little Grebe.

2017-10-16. Black-headed Gull.

2017-10-15. Eurasian Spoonbill, Eurasian Wigeon, Dalmatian Pelican, Black Stork, Pied Wheatear.

Big Year 2017

1. Askar Isabekov (306)
2. Alexandr Belyaev (261)
3. Boris Gubin (200)
4. Anna Yasko (197)
5. Gennadiy Dyakin (195)
more...

rare birds records


Meadow Bunting (Emberiza cioides)

© Anna Yasko
2017-11-01
Aktau, Mangystau region

The first record on Mangyshlak. The nearest known record points are located too much to east: Karatau ridge (Nukusbekov, www.birds.kz; Chalikova, Kolbintsev, 2005) and the foothills of Talas Alatau (Belousov, www.birds.kz).


Blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla)

© Vladimir Vorobyov
2017-10-28
VKO Katon-Karagay

The easternmost record in Kazakhstan. During migration Blackcap mostly occurs in Western Kazakhstan. For a long time the easternmost record was the observation in Borovoe (Shtegman, 1934). In Kurgaldzhino birds were recorded both in spring and autumn migration (Koshkin, 2017). In Russia this species distributes in east up to Tomsk and Kemerovo oblast (Ryabitsev, 2014; Vasilchenko, 2004). In China first Blackcap was recorded in 2012 in Kashi (Guo H., Ma M., 2013), also birds were later observed at November 21st and December 29th of 2013 (www.xinjiang.birds.watch). Probably the occurring of Blackcaps so far to east relates to the new wintering spots of the eastern populations of this species.

Васильченко А.А. «Птицы Кемеровской области». Кемерово: Кузбассвузиздат, 2004-488 с. Гаврилов Э.И. "Фауна и распространение птиц Казахстана". Алматы, 1999. Кошкин А.В. 2017. Орнитофауна Тениз-Коргалжынского региона (Центральный Казахстан) // Рус. орнитол. журн. 26 (1415): 909-956.
Рябицев В.К. "Птицы Сибири". Москва-Екатеринбург, Изд-во "Кабинетный ученый", 2014. Guo H., Ma M. Eurasian Blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla)-a new bird record in China [Chinese]. Zoological Research, 2013, Oct. 34(5). P. 507-508


Red-flanked Bluetail (Tarsiger cyanurus)

© Alexandr Belyaev
2017-10-15
Almatinskaja obl., Nac. park Altyn-JEmel', Ajnabulak

Rare migrant in Almaty oblast, and first record for Altyn-Emel National Park.


Lapland Longspur (Calcarius lapponicus)

© Alexandr Belyaev
2017-10-15
Almatinskaja obl., Nac. park Altyn-JEmel', Ajnabulak

Rare birds in South-Eastern Kazakhstan, and first record for "Alty-Emel" National Park.

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recent video

2017-11-17. Slavonian Grebe (Yuriy Malkov), Slavonian Grebe (Yuriy Malkov).

2017-11-10. Ring-billed Gull (Anna Yasko).

2017-10-21. Bewick's Swan (Yuriy Malkov).

2017-10-19. Grey Heron (Natali Kim), Masked Wagtail (Natali Kim).

2017-10-14. Spotted Crake (Anna Yasko), Sandwich Tern (Anna Yasko), Common Chiffchaff (Anna Yasko).

2017-09-22. Grey Plover (Yuriy Malkov).

2017-09-20. Dunlin (Askar Isabekov), Spotted Redshank (Natali Kim).

2017-08-23. Eurasian Curlew (Yuriy Malkov).

2017-08-21. Himalayan Vulture (Askar Isabekov).

2017-08-04. Common Kingfisher (Natali Kim).

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unidentified birds


2017-11-20

Ясько Анна: На одной голове не стоит зацикливаться. Остальной окрас (спины, крыльев) не вполне соответствует даже молодому ремезу. Еще не совсем понятно,
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2017-11-17

Сергей Л. Волков: Наверное, все-таки красношейная поганочка. Странновато выглядит, но ведь другому-то больше некому быть.

2017-11-15

Алексей Кошкин: Да, белошапочная абберативная больше подходит.

2017-10-15

Анна Ясько: Похож, только тот взрослый (и все же непонятно у него с цевками, неужели все же оперенные?). Может это та пара начудила? Шучу, но вдруг?

2017-09-21

Олег Белялов: Да, Анна, в этом случае нельзя и зелёную исключать. Иногда светлая полоса едва различима, а очень ярко смотрится видимо только у первогодков.
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