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total species: 48
total photos: 132
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1. Hen Harrier (2021-01-02)
2. Crested Lark (2021-01-02)
3. Common Pheasant (2021-01-02)
4. White-tailed Sea-Eagle (2021-01-02)
5. Black-throated Thrush (2021-01-02)
6. Upland Buzzard (2021-01-02)
7. European Robin (2021-01-02)
8. Yellowhammer (2021-01-02)
9. Grey-headed Goldfinch (2021-01-02)
10. European Greenfinch (2021-01-02)
11. Tree Sparrow (2021-01-02)
12. Long-legged Buzzard (2021-01-02)
13. Common Chaffinch (2021-01-02)
14. Green Sandpiper (2021-01-02)
15. Mallard (2021-01-02)
16. Water Rail (2021-01-02)
17. Little Grebe (2021-01-02)
18. Goosander (2021-01-02)
19. Common Goldeneye (2021-01-02)
20. Mute Swan (2021-01-02)
21. Whooper Swan (2021-01-02)
22. Smew (2021-01-02)
23. Common Kestrel (2021-01-02)
24. Corn Bunting (2021-01-02)
25. Black-throated Accentor (2021-01-16)
26. Mistle Thrush (2021-01-16)
27. Common Treecreeper (2021-01-16)
28. Coal Tit (2021-01-16)
29. Great Tit (2021-01-18)
30. Brown Dipper (2021-01-18)
31. Long-tailed Rosefinch (2021-01-23)
32. Azure Tit (2021-01-23)
33. Eurasian Blackbird (2021-01-23)
34. Brambling (2021-01-23)
35. Rock Pigeon (2021-01-30)
36. Northern Reed Bunting (2021-01-30)
37. Golden Eagle (2021-01-30)
38. Eastern Buzzard (2021-01-30)
39. Mew Gull (2021-01-30)
40. Turkestan Tit (2021-01-30)
41. Eurasian Collared Dove (2021-01-31)
42. Hooded Crow (2021-02-02)
43. Red-fronted Serin (2021-02-06)
44. Common Mynah (2021-02-06)
45. Alpine Accentor (2021-02-13)
46. Carrion Crow (2021-02-13)
47. Eurasian Jackdaw (2021-02-15)
48. Eurasian Siskin (2021-02-27)

recent uploads


2021-02-27. Eurasian Siskin, Alpine Accentor.

2021-02-19. Tree Sparrow, Azure Tit, Brambling.

2021-02-15. Long-legged Buzzard, Eurasian Jackdaw, Long-legged Buzzard.

2021-02-14. Alpine Accentor, Coal Tit, Carrion Crow, Azure Tit.

2021-02-09. Rock Pigeon, Northern Reed Bunting.

2021-02-07. Common Mynah.

2021-02-06. Red-fronted Serin, Hooded Crow.

2021-02-01. Turkestan Tit, Mew Gull, Crested Lark, Eurasian Collared Dove, Yellowhammer, Eastern Buzzard, Golden Eagle.

2021-01-24. Long-tailed Rosefinch, Azure Tit, Eurasian Blackbird, Black-throated Thrush, Common Chaffinch, Brambling, Brambling.

2021-01-19. Mistle Thrush, Grey-headed Goldfinch, Black-throated Accentor, Brown Dipper, Great Tit.

2021-01-17. Little Grebe, Water Rail, Mallard, Green Sandpiper, Black-throated Thrush, Hen Harrier, Common Chaffinch, Long-legged Buzzard, Tree Sparrow, European Greenfinch, Grey-headed Goldfinch, Yellowhammer, European Robin, Upland Buzzard, Black-throated Thrush, White-tailed Sea-Eagle, White-tailed Sea-Eagle, Common Pheasant, Crested Lark, Common Kestrel, Corn Bunting.

2021-01-16. Black-throated Accentor, Coal Tit, Mistle Thrush, Common Treecreeper, Smew, Whooper Swan, Mute Swan, Common Goldeneye, Goosander.

rare birds records


Great Black-backed Gull (Larus marinus)

© Qanatbek Kenzhegulov
2021-03-01
Aktau

The first reliable record of the Great Black-backed Gull on the territory of Kazakhstan. There are indications of finds of this gull in the Caspian Sea between the mouths of the Volga and the Urals, as well as near Omsk (Dolgushin 1962). Vagrant are known to the Makhachkala region (Tatarinkova 1970).


Dusky Thrush (Turdus eunomus)

© Askar Isabekov
2021-02-28
Uzunagach, Almaty oblast.

A rare vagrant species for Kazakhstan. On February 27 and 28, two birds kept in the thickets of silverberries near the village of Uzynagash (43 km west of Almaty). This is the sixth record of the Dusky Thrush for Kazakhstan. Records of this species are known for the Syrdarya, near the village of Dzhulek (October 16, 1927), near Almaty (February 16, 2013), as well as Ust-Kamenogorsk (October 14 and 16, 2016), Kurgaldzhino (May 7, 2020).


Ural Owl (Strix uralensis)

© Alexey Timoshenko
2021-01-17
Karamendy vill., Kostanay reg.

The first record of this species in more than half a century on the territory of the Naurzum reserve.


Pygmy Cormorant (Phalacrocorax pygmaeus)

© Askar Isabekov
2021-01-09
Almaty, Aitykov str.

The first record of Pygmy Cormorant in Almaty in general and, in particular, during the winter. The expansion of the Pygmy Cormorant to the northeast concerns not only the probable nesting area, but also the wintering grounds. The nearest winter finds are Sorbulak and Taldykorgan (winter 2017-18, one bird each). In this connection, it is worth noting a significant number of birds in the Almaty (40) and Sorbulak (20) records this winter.

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recent video

2021-02-25. Northern Bullfinch (Gleb Bolbotov).

2021-02-23. Eurasian Blackbird (Raouf Bairashev).

2021-01-19. Water Rail (Viktoriya Zvyaginceva).

2021-01-15. Pygmy Cormorant (Sergey Sidorov), Great White Egret (Sergey Sidorov), Grey Heron (Sergey Sidorov).

2021-01-10. Pygmy Cormorant (Sergey Sidorov), Pygmy Cormorant (Sergey Sidorov), Great White Egret (Sergey Sidorov).

2020-10-08. Eurasian Goldfinch (Andrei Kuryashkin).

2020-09-13. Black Woodpecker (Aldiyar Saparbayev), White-Winged Woodpecker (Viktoriya Zvyaginceva).

2020-07-21. Peregrine Falcon (Natali Kim).

2020-07-18. Common Cuckoo (Anna Yasko).

2020-07-04. Caspian Gull (Aldiyar Saparbayev).

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unidentified birds


2021-02-22

Андрей Баздырев: Вульпинусы очень разнообразны по окраске - от тёмно-бурых до рыжих и рыжевато-буроватых. И да, некоторые варианты очень похожи на восточного, [....]

2021-02-12

Михаил Невский: мне тоже кажется, что это восточный канюк.

2021-02-04

Алексей Кошкин: У Свенсона длинноклювый чернозобик-C.a.alpina, здесь на сайте длинноклювый 39 мм (фото нет)-C.a.centralis, с меньшим клювом 37 мм - C.a. alpina. Может опять в галерее [....]

2021-01-22

Владимир Муравский: Не сильно обнадёжили, хочется всё-таки какой-то определённости, ну или консенсуса хотя бы :)

2020-12-06

Алексей Кошкин: Высылал на определение П. Томковичу, российскому специалисту по куликам. "...окраска оперения странная...", "...предположил, что если не какой-то [....]

more unidentified birds...