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Стенолаз

2016-11-17 | Vladimir Kazenas

17 ноября, находясь в здании Госпиталя МВД (ул. Ходжанова, 17) близ Академгородка, в коридоре на 3-м этаже наблюдал из окна на противоположной стене здания в течение 5 минут стенолаза, который передвигался вдоль стыков железобетонных плит, отыскивая пищу. Возможно, эта информация может заинтересовать специалистов. [...... read more ]


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rare birds records


Lanceolated Warbler (Locustella lanceolata)

© Konstantin Andrussenko
2020-05-15
Eastern Kazakhstan, Ust-Kamenogorsk

Second photo record in birds.kz website.


Long-tailed Shrike (Lanius schach)

© Aisagali Kadirov
2020-05-23
Tupkaragan, Mangystau.

First photo record of Long-tailed Shrike in Mangyshlak peninsula. At August 1987 it was observed in Beineu. Also breeding was recorded in summer 2016 in Atyrau.


Woodchat Shrike (Lanius senator)

© Sean Minns
2020-05-02
Bautino

Third record of Woodchat Shrike in Kazakhstan. During one week male and female were observed in one spot. Previously observed also in Mangyshlak peninsula, Aktau city at May 03 2015 and May 08 2019 (A.Yasko).


Dusky Thrush (Turdus eunomus)

© Alexandr Fedulin
2020-05-07

Generaly rare observation in Kazakhstan. Only 4 birds were observed before this record: one bird was shot at October 16, 1927 in Syrdaria by E.Spengenberg; other 3 were photographed at February 16, 2013 near Almaty (V.Fedorenko), at October 15 and 16, 2016 in Ust-Kamenogorsk (V.Kolesnikov). First record in Kurgaldzhino.

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unidentified birds


2020-06-06

Анна Ясько: Черноголовый чекан

2020-06-06

Анна Ясько: Перенесла пока на обсуждение

2020-06-06

Анна Ясько: Перенесла на определение

2020-06-06

Нурлан Онгарбаев: Согласен с Анной, верх крыла рыжий. Крылья не такие острые как у чеглока (а слетков пока нет по графику), длина хвоста больше чем у чеглока.

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