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Best photos of the month, January 2018.

White-tailed Sea-Eagle | Valentin Zenkov | 3

Mallard | Yuriy Malkov | 3

Eurasian Siskin | Viktoriya Zvyaginceva | 3

Eurasian Dipper | Konstantin Andrussenko | 3

Long-eared Owl | Askar Isabekov | 3

Baikal Bullfinch | Andrei Kuryashkin | 3

Long-eared Owl | Askar Isabekov | 3

Red-fronted Serin | Askar Isabekov | 2

Black-throated Thrush | Askar Isabekov | 2

Mistle Thrush | Askar Isabekov | 2

Eurasian Blackbird | Askar Isabekov | 2

Long-eared Owl | Askar Isabekov | 2

Wallcreeper | Andrey Vilyayev | 2

House Sparrow | Andrey Vilyayev | 2

Long-eared Owl | Oleg Belyalov | 2

Common Treecreeper | Viktor Kolesnikov | 2

Eurasian Nuthatch | Viktor Kolesnikov | 2

Black-Billed Magpie | Viktor Kolesnikov | 2

Eurasian Dipper | Viktor Kolesnikov | 2

Black-throated Thrush | Natali Kim | 2

Lesser Spotted Woodpecker | Natali Kim | 2

Siberian Common Starling | Malik Nukusbekov | 2

Solitary Snipe | Vladimir Vorobyov | 2

Golden Eagle | Sergei Shmygalev | 2

Fieldfare | Andrei Kuryashkin | 2

Common Redpoll | Konstantin Andrussenko | 2

Pallas's Rosefinch | Vladimir Vorobyov | 2

Common Redpoll | Natali Kim | 2

rare birds records


Red-throated Loon (Gavia stellata)

© Andrey Kovalenko
2020-10-13
Caspian Sea, Tup-Karagan.

The first photo record in birds.kz website. A rare pass migrant for Kazakhstan. It is known that in Mangyshlak the red-throated loon was found on migration and, possibly, wintered occasionally in the Caspian Sea (Dolgushin, 1960).


Caucasian Chiffchaff (Phylloscopus lorenzii)

© Gennadiy Dyakin
2018-05-08
Fakel, Mangistau region

A new species for Kazakhstan. The habitat of Phylloscopus lorenzii covers Turkey, the Caucasus, Transcaucasia and northern Iran.


Grey-headed Lapwing (Microsarcops cinereus)

© Ivan Bevza
2020-09-09
lowerTurgen river, Almaty oblast.

first record in Kazakhstan


Blue Rock Thrush (Monticola solitarius)

© Qanatbek Kenzhegulov
2020-08-23

The third sighting of the species at Mangyshlak. Before to this, one migrant bird was recorded on April 11, 2009 in South Mangyshlak and another on April 19, 2009 in the Kaundy depression (Neve et al., 2010).

unidentified birds


2020-10-25

Аскар Исабеков: возможно какие-то жаворонки, но ничего не видно

2020-10-24

Аскар Исабеков: Вот это правильный подход - если возникает монгольская или хохотунья - то сразу же надо выкладывать на определение и пусть там висит до скончания [....]

more unidentified birds...