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total species: 246
total photos: 1234
total videos: 0
total blogposts: 1

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1. Red-backed Shrike (1978-06-10)
2. Eurasian Spoonbill (2000-06-22)
3. Great White Egret (2000-06-24)
4. Ile Pander's Ground-Jay (2002-04-20)
5. Eastern Imperial Eagle (2007-04-09)
6. European Black Redstart (2007-10-14)
7. Northern House Martin (2008-06-22)
8. Syke's Warbler (2008-06-28)
9. Blue-cheeked Bee-eater (2008-07-04)
10. Demoiselle Crane (2009-05-04)
11. Macqueen's Bustard (2009-05-05)
12. Common Crane (2009-05-09)
13. Caspian Plover (2009-05-09)
14. Steppe Eagle (2009-05-11)
15. Pin-Tailed Sandgrouse (2009-06-08)
16. Rufous Bush Robin (2009-06-10)
17. Black-Bellied Sandgrouse (2009-07-01)
18. Merlin (2009-10-24)
19. Black Kite (2010-04-07)
20. Osprey (2010-04-22)
21. Short-eared Owl (2010-05-03)
22. Saker Falcon (2010-05-06)
23. Bluethroat (2010-05-11)
24. Rosy Starling (2010-05-11)
25. Great Bustard (2010-05-12)
26. Pallid Harrier (2010-05-15)
27. Sociable Lapwing (2010-05-21)
28. Common Cuckoo (2010-05-22)
29. Eurasian Curlew (2010-05-25)
30. Pallas's Sandgrouse (2010-05-26)
31. Common Kestrel (2010-05-27)
32. Lesser Kestrel (2010-05-27)
33. Great White Pelican (2010-05-28)
34. Desert Finch (2010-05-31)
35. Tawny Pipit (2010-06-01)
36. Eurasian Roller (2010-06-03)
37. Steppe Grey Shrike (2010-06-04)
38. Turkestan Shrike (2010-06-15)
39. Eurasian Eagle-Owl (2010-06-17)
40. Calandra Lark (2010-06-18)
41. Great Cormorant (2010-06-20)
42. Caspian Gull (2010-06-20)
43. Pallas's Gull (2010-06-29)
44. Northern Black Grouse (2011-05-03)
45. Little Bustard (2011-05-09)
46. Ortolan Bunting (2011-05-11)
47. Common Stonechat (2011-05-11)
48. Northern Lapwing (2011-05-13)
49. Common Tern (2011-05-15)
50. Rufous-tailed Rock Thrush (2011-05-15)
51. Eurasian Stone Curlew (2011-05-19)
52. White-winged Lark (2011-05-23)
53. European Golden Oriole (2011-05-24)
54. Common Nightingale (2011-06-03)
55. Desert Wheatear (2011-06-06)
56. Asian Desert Warbler (2011-06-19)
57. Mute Swan (2012-04-02)
58. Tree Pipit (2012-04-05)
59. Greater Flamingo (2012-04-15)
60. Semi-collared Flycatcher (2012-04-24)
61. Willow Warbler (2012-04-24)
62. Green Sandpiper (2012-04-29)
63. Wood Sandpiper (2012-04-29)
64. Crested Lark (2012-04-30)
65. Greater Sand Plover (2012-05-01)
66. Little Stint (2012-05-06)
67. Pied Bushchat (2012-05-06)
68. Glossy Ibis (2012-05-16)
69. Horned Lark (2012-05-18)
70. Red-headed Bunting (2012-06-02)
71. Finsch's Wheatear (2012-06-03)
72. Barn Swallow (2012-06-06)
73. Upcher's Warbler (2012-06-14)
74. Spanish Sparrow (2013-05-08)
75. White-throated Robin (2013-06-03)
76. Tree Sparrow (2013-06-15)
77. Rook (2013-10-15)
78. Eurasian Jackdaw (2014-04-02)
79. Marsh Sandpiper (2014-04-05)
80. Pied Wheatear (2014-04-09)
81. Long-legged Buzzard (2014-04-28)
82. Long-tailed Shrike (2014-04-30)
83. Greater Spotted Eagle (2014-05-07)
84. Short-toed Snake-Eagle (2014-05-12)
85. Egyptian Vulture (2014-05-23)
86. Streaked Scrub Warbler (2014-06-17)
87. Eurasian Collared Dove (2014-06-17)
88. Tufted Duck (2014-12-15)
89. Little Owl (2015-02-19)
90. Bearded Tit (2015-02-21)
91. Red-fronted Serin (2015-03-25)
92. Blue Rock Thrush (2015-03-27)
93. White-headed Duck (2015-04-11)
94. Northern Reed Bunting (2015-04-12)
95. Shikra (2015-04-21)
96. Indian Sparrow (2015-05-17)
97. White-tailed Lapwing (2015-06-16)
98. Wood Pigeon (2015-06-20)
99. Eurasian Hobby (2015-06-20)
100. Chukar Partridge (2015-09-17)
101. Rock Pigeon (2016-01-03)
102. Hooded Crow (2016-01-03)
103. Eurasian Blackbird (2016-01-03)
104. Great Tit (2016-01-03)
105. Golden Eagle (2016-03-10)
106. White Stork (2016-03-27)
107. Menetries Warbler (2016-04-01)
108. Purple Heron (2016-04-03)
109. Northern Wheatear (2016-04-09)
110. Bimaculated Lark (2016-04-11)
111. Brown-necked Raven (2016-04-22)
112. Turkestan Tit (2016-04-24)
113. Eastern Scops-Owl (2016-05-01)
114. Lesser Whitethroat (2016-05-18)
115. Little Ringed Plover (2016-05-24)
116. Steppe Buzzard (2016-06-30)
117. Variable Wheatear (2016-08-07)
118. White-tailed Sea-Eagle (2017-01-11)
119. Water Rail (2017-01-11)
120. Little Grebe (2017-01-11)
121. Ruddy Shelduck (2017-01-12)
122. Common Mynah (2017-02-22)
123. Common Chaffinch (2017-02-22)
124. Red-crested Pochard (2017-02-22)
125. Eurasian Linnet (2017-02-23)
126. Goosander (2017-02-24)
127. Common Teal (2017-02-24)
128. Greylag Goose (2017-02-24)
129. Bewick's Swan (2017-02-27)
130. Great Grey Shrike (2017-02-27)
131. Bohemian Waxwing (2017-02-28)
132. Isabelline Wheatear (2017-03-12)
133. Water Pipit (2017-03-18)
134. Isabelline Shrike (2017-03-18)
135. Black-throated Accentor (2017-03-26)
136. Common Pheasant (2017-03-26)
137. Black-Billed Magpie (2017-03-27)
138. Central Asia Starling (2017-03-31)
139. House Sparrow (2017-04-02)
140. Kentish Plover (2017-04-04)
141. Northern Citrine Wagtail (2017-04-06)
142. Western Marsh-Harrier (2017-04-06)
143. Pied Avocet (2017-04-06)
144. Corn Bunting (2017-04-08)
145. Carrion Crow (2017-04-08)
146. Common Chiffchaff (2017-04-09)
147. Black-throated Thrush (2017-04-14)
148. Black-tailed Godwit (2017-04-17)
149. Hoopoe (2017-04-18)
150. Laughing Dove (2017-04-18)
151. Moustached Warbler (2017-04-18)
152. Eurasian Redstart (2017-04-20)
153. Common Rosefinch (2017-04-20)
154. Hume's Warbler (2017-04-20)
155. Oriental Turtle Dove (2017-04-20)
156. White Wagtail (2017-05-02)
157. Temminck's Stint (2017-05-02)
158. Lesser Short-toed Lark (2017-05-04)
159. Himalayan Wagtail (2017-05-05)
160. Black-headed Gull (2017-05-07)
161. Spotted Flycatcher (2017-05-08)
162. Red-necked Phalarope (2017-05-09)
163. Greenish Warbler (2017-05-11)
165. Common Coot (2017-05-12)
166. Eurasian Wryneck (2017-05-13)
167. Mongolian Finch (2017-05-13)
168. Common Whitethroat (2017-05-13)
169. European Bee-eater (2017-05-14)
170. Lesser Grey Shrike (2017-05-14)
171. Ruddy Turnstone (2017-05-18)
172. Terek Sandpiper (2017-05-18)
173. Slender-billed Gull (2017-05-18)
174. Asian Paradise Flycatcher (2017-05-21)
175. Grey Heron (2017-05-22)
176. Common Oystercatcher (2017-05-22)
177. Little Tern (2017-05-22)
178. Spotted Redshank (2017-05-27)
179. Collared Pratincole (2017-05-27)
180. Pygmy Cormorant (2017-06-10)
181. Gull-billed Tern (2017-06-10)
182. Black-winged Stilt (2017-06-12)
183. Common Redshank (2017-06-21)
184. Black Tern (2017-06-21)
185. Common Swift (2017-06-24)
186. Clamorous Reed Warbler (2017-07-09)
187. Ruff (2017-07-09)
188. Booted Warbler (2017-07-11)
189. Common Shelduck (2017-07-21)
190. Mallard (2017-07-21)
191. Garganey (2017-07-21)
192. Common Pochard (2017-07-21)
193. Gadwall (2017-07-21)
194. Great Crested Grebe (2017-07-21)
195. Black-Necked Grebe (2017-07-21)
196. Dalmatian Pelican (2017-07-21)
197. Common Snipe (2017-07-21)
198. Common Greenshank (2017-07-21)
199. Common Sandpiper (2017-07-21)
200. Rock Sparrow (2017-07-30)
201. Grey-necked Bunting (2017-07-30)
202. Himalayan Vulture (2017-07-30)
203. Sky Lark (2017-07-30)
204. Rock Bunting (2017-07-30)
205. Meadow Bunting (2017-07-30)
206. Daurian Partridge (2017-07-30)
207. Common Sparrowhawk (2017-07-30)
208. Eurasian Goldfinch (2017-08-21)
209. Great Spotted Woodpecker (2017-08-21)
210. Blyth's Reed Warbler (2017-08-21)
211. Montagu's Harrier (2017-08-21)
212. Common Moorhen (2017-08-21)
213. Northern Shoveler (2017-08-26)
214. Pacific Golden Plover (2017-08-26)
215. Azure Tit (2017-08-26)
216. Stock Pigeon (2017-08-26)
217. Grey Wagtail (2017-08-26)
218. Barbary Falcon (2017-08-26)
219. Yellow Wagtail (2017-08-26)
220. Caspian Tern (2017-09-08)
221. Blue Whistling Thrush (2017-10-10)
222. Paddyfield Warbler (2017-10-11)
223. Brambling (2017-10-11)
224. White-Winged Woodpecker (2017-10-17)
225. Eurasian Siskin (2017-10-21)
226. Yellowhammer (2017-10-21)
227. Hawfinch (2017-10-25)
228. European Greenfinch (2017-10-26)
229. Pine Bunting (2017-10-27)
230. Barred Warbler (2017-11-08)
231. Brown Dipper (2017-11-11)
232. Eversmann's Redstart (2017-11-11)
233. Guldenstadt's Redstart (2017-11-11)
234. Northern Wren (2017-11-11)
235. Cinereous Vulture (2017-11-30)
236. Goldcrest (2017-12-23)
237. Coal Tit (2017-12-25)
238. Mistle Thrush (2017-12-25)
239. White-winged Grosbeak (2017-12-30)
240. Grey-headed Goldfinch (2018-01-07)
241. Eastern Buzzard (2018-01-08)
242. Hen Harrier (2018-01-12)
243. Long-tailed Rosefinch (2018-01-12)
244. Whooper Swan (2018-01-14)
245. Wallcreeper (2018-01-14)
246. Common Redpoll (2018-01-21)

recent uploads


2018-01-21. Red-fronted Serin, Common Redpoll, Eurasian Siskin, Goldcrest, Eurasian Blackbird, Eastern Buzzard.

2018-01-18. White-tailed Sea-Eagle, White-tailed Sea-Eagle, White-tailed Sea-Eagle, Corn Bunting, Corn Bunting, Stock Pigeon, Common Kestrel, Eastern Buzzard, Hen Harrier, Eurasian Linnet, Black-throated Thrush, Common Starling, Great White Egret, Common Pheasant, Great Crested Grebe, Pygmy Cormorant, Great Cormorant, Pygmy Cormorant, Whooper Swan, Eurasian Goldfinch, Dalmatian Pelican, Rock Pigeon, Wallcreeper, Caspian Gull, Pallas's Gull, Saker Falcon, Merlin, Lesser Short-toed Lark, Tree Sparrow, House Sparrow, Common Mynah, Laughing Dove, Eurasian Collared Dove, Steppe Horned Lark, Saker Falcon, Long-tailed Rosefinch.

2018-01-09. Mallard, Rook, Great Tit, Eastern Buzzard, Carrion Crow, Eurasian Siskin, Red-fronted Serin, Common Chaffinch, Goldcrest, Grey-headed Goldfinch, Coal Tit, Black-throated Thrush, Mistle Thrush.

2017-12-31. Common Chaffinch, Coal Tit, White-winged Grosbeak.

2017-12-25. Coal Tit, Black-throated Thrush, Red-fronted Serin, Mistle Thrush, Goldcrest, Eurasian Siskin.

2017-12-23. Goldcrest, Common Chaffinch, Barred Warbler, Eurasian Blackbird, Black-Billed Magpie, Common Sparrowhawk.

2017-12-18. Eurasian Blackbird, Common Sparrowhawk, Common Mynah, Hooded Crow, Great Tit, Black-Billed Magpie, Rook, Brambling, Eurasian Blackbird.

2017-11-30. Pander's Ground-Jay, Cinereous Vulture.

2017-11-11. Brown Dipper, Eversmann's Redstart, Guldenstadt's Redstart, Northern Wren.

2017-11-09. Barred Warbler.

2017-10-29. European Greenfinch, Laughing Dove, Eurasian Siskin, Lesser Short-toed Lark, Mongolian Finch.

2017-10-27. Turkestan Tit, Water Pipit, Isabelline Shrike, Common Starling, Paddyfield Warbler, Common Chiffchaff, Hawfinch, Great Grey Shrike, Eurasian Collared Dove, European Greenfinch, Hume's Warbler, Turkestan Tit, Pine Bunting, Black-throated Accentor, Turkestan Tit, White-Winged Woodpecker, Eastern Imperial Eagle.

2017-10-22. White-Winged Woodpecker, Eurasian Siskin, Common Chaffinch, Yellowhammer, Turkestan Black Redstart, Eurasian Linnet.

2017-10-15. Paddyfield Warbler, Turkestan Tit, Turkestan Black Redstart, Black-throated Thrush, Common Chiffchaff, Brambling, Water Pipit, Northern Reed Bunting, Brambling, Blue Whistling Thrush.

2017-10-10. Steppe Grey Shrike.

recent comments


2018-01-22. to photo # 00990083001 (Common Redpoll)

Boris Gubin: Да всего две вместе с десятком чижей и двумя красношапочными вьюрками. Синицы, королек, зяблик, черный дрозд, сорока и серая ворона, вот и [....]


2018-01-21. to photo # 00990083001 (Common Redpoll)

Аскар Исабеков: поздравляю, Борис Михайлович! много их было?


2018-01-21. to photo # 00990015201 (Little Bustard)

Сергей Л. Волков: Благодарю. То-то я смотрю, отражение явное.


2018-01-21. to photo # 00990015201 (Little Bustard)

Boris Gubin: Аскар прав,это капот авто.


2018-01-20. to photo # 00990015201 (Little Bustard)

Аскар Исабеков: то ли я придумал, то ли Борис Михайлович уже отвечал на этот вопрос, но почему-то в голове один вариант - капот машины


2018-01-20. to photo # 00990015201 (Little Bustard)

Сергей Л. Волков: Какая прелесть!
Скажите, пожалуйста, что за субстрат под птенцом.


2018-01-19. to photo # 00990081901 (Merlin)

Борис Губин: Всем спасибо, исправил.


2018-01-19. to photo # 00990081901 (Merlin)

Малик Нукусбеков: По мне тоже дербник: крылья заостренные, хвост коротковато, цвет ноги желто-оранжевый ещё поведение полёта характерно для сокола, чем ястреб.


2018-01-18. to photo # 00990081902 (Merlin)

Аскар Исабеков: добавил подсветленный кадр


2018-01-18. to photo # 00990081901 (Merlin)

Олег Белялов: Снимок недоэкспонирован на пару ступеней. Открыл в редакторе и высветлил. В общем похож на дербника, и "три пальца" за него


2018-01-18. to photo # 00990081901 (Merlin)

Аскар Исабеков: Вот еще похожий.


2018-01-18. to photo # 00990081901 (Merlin)

Аскар Исабеков: вот что-то типа такого


2018-01-18. to photo # 00990081901 (Merlin)

Аскар Исабеков: Борис Михайлович, предлагаю еще рассмотреть версию дербника. У птицы живот не красноватый как у самца перепелятника, а рыжеватый, как у дербника, [....]


2018-01-09. to photo # 00990078101 (Rook)

Борис Губин: Снова увидел кормление самцом самку.


2018-01-09. to photo # 00990078601 (Red-fronted Serin)

Борис Губин: Сергей, спасибо. Хотел вернуться в прошлое. Жалко расставаться было.


2018-01-09. to photo # 00990078601 (Red-fronted Serin)

Сергей Силантьев: Борис Михайлович год исправьте на всех сегодняшних загрузках.


2017-12-25. to photo # 00990077201 (Black-throated Thrush)

Борис Губин: У птицы на втором и третьем кадрах легкая краснота.


2017-12-23. to photo # 00990076701 (Barred Warbler)

Малик Нукусбеков: 5 декабря когда мы с Санжиком были на площади она нам не показывалась....


2017-12-19. to photo # 00990076203 (Rook)

Аскар Исабеков: Где-то читал, что зимние игры ворон - это формирование пар. Может быть, это касается только тех птиц, которые без пар, молодых, например. Но может [....]


2017-12-18. to photo # 00990076201 (Rook)

Айнура: Как это мило :)


2017-12-18. to photo # 00990076201 (Rook)

Борис Губин: Долго я пытался сфотографировать кормление самцом самку зимой и вот через три года выследил этот процесс на Сайране. Очевидно, пары сохраняются [....]


2017-11-30. to photo # 00990075401 (Pander's Ground-Jay)

Борис Губин: Спасибо Малик.


2017-11-30. to photo # 00990075401 (Pander's Ground-Jay)

Малик Нукусбеков: Супер!
Поздравляю, Борис Михайлович!


2017-11-30. to photo # 00990039102 (Streaked Scrub Warbler)

Олег Белялов: Скотоцерка уже отмечена в центральной части Каратау, и в Бетпак Дале. Но пока это залёты


2017-11-30. to photo # 00990039102 (Streaked Scrub Warbler)

Николай Балацкий: Малик, Геннадий, спасибо за ответы. Вас понял. В недалёком будущем скотоцерка продвинется севернее, поэтому мне были интересны её репродуктивные [....]


Big Year 2018

1. Boris Gubin (44)
2. Askar Isabekov (42)
3. Serg Silan (40)
4. Anna Yasko (39)
5. Andrey Vilyayev (37)
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rare birds records


Northern Hawk Owl (Surnia ulula ulula)

© Aleksandr Klimenko
2017-11-25
Poperechka river, Ridder, VKO

The first photo record of this subspecies on the site birds.kz.


Lesser White-fronted Goose (Anser erythropus)

© Ivan Bevza
2017-11-17

The second record in Semirechye. From November 17 to December 7 one Lesser White-fronted Goose and five White-fronted Geese were observed together at one of Karachingil lakes. Before this 3 birds had been met on March 9th of 2003 in the floodplain of Kopy near the Saz railway station (Karpov, Belyalov, Kovshar 2004).
Карпов Ф.Ф., Белялов О.В., Ковшарь В.А. Первая встреча пискульки на юго-востоке Казахстана//Каз. орнитол. бюлл. 2003. Алматы, 2004. С. 135.


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

more rarities...

recent video

2018-01-20. Mallard (Anna Yasko).

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. Sandwich Tern (Anna Yasko), Spotted Crake (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).

more video...

unidentified birds


2018-01-22

Аскар Исабеков: Темные курганники совершенно не обязательно являются гибридами с мохноногим. Мне кажется, что вблизи гор их не больше, чем где-нибудь в Кургальджино.
[....]

2018-01-21

Сергей Л. Волков: Сибирская чечевица. Но я думаю, молодой самец. Красноты много на голове. Хотя может быть и от солнца.

2018-01-20

Сергей Силантьев: Пожалуйста на удаление.

2018-01-20

Сергей Силантьев: Пожалуйста на удаление.

2017-12-04

Александр Катунцев: С х о д н ы е в и д ы. К таковым относятся два вида завирушек: черногорлая и бледная. От первой отличается светлым горлом, от второй - яркой окраской.
[....]

more unidentified birds...