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Daurian Jackdaw

Corvus (monedula) daurica (Pallas, 1776)

Даурская галка | Даур шауқарға

Distribution

Observed in Zaysan and Alakol depressions, in Ile valley and in Southern Altai on Markakol lake. In Ile valley near Dzharkent Daurian Jackdaws were observed from late October 1899 to early March 1900. On Markakol' lake recorded 10-30 March 1980, 10 March – 1 April 1982 and 16 March 1984. Birds collected near Chilik 12 December 1939, not far from Almaty 13 March 1951, and at Sunkar village (at foothills of Ketmen ridge) 24 May 1956. Near Tashkent one bird obtained 17 October 1926, and occasionally observed from late November to mid of December.

References

Gavrilov E. I., Gavrilov A. E. "The Birds of Kazakhstan". Almaty, 2005. Э.И.Гаврилов. "Фауна и распространение птиц Казахстана". Алматы, 1999. В.К.Рябицев. "Птицы Урала, Приуралья и Западной Сибири". Екатеринбург. Изд-во Уральского университета, 2000.

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Corvus monedula
(Linnaeus, 1758)
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Corvus monedula monedula
(Linnaeus, 1758)

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2018-10-22

Аскар Исабеков: восточный канюк

2018-10-21

Аскар Исабеков: Да, конечно, Сергей, я понимаю. Спасибо за помощь. Признак клюва хороший, но ведь есть и другие - окраска кроющих крыла, например, или длина птицы,
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2018-10-21

Сергей Л. Волков: Судя по невысокому в основании клюву птица больше похожа на кулика-воробья. По ссылке на песочника-красношейку видно, что у птицы высокий
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