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Best photos of the month, April 2018.

Cattle Egret | Andrey Kovalenko | 3

Whooper Swan | Konstantin Andrussenko | 3

Saxaul Sparrow | Askar Isabekov | 2

Common Crane | Alexey Timoshenko | 2

Demoiselle Crane | Alexey Timoshenko | 2

Dalmatian Pelican | Vassiliy Fedorenko | 2

Great Bustard | Malik Nukusbekov | 2

Blackcap | Aibar Magazov | 2

Citrine Wagtail | Valentin Zenkov | 2

Black-eared Kite | Andrei Kuryashkin | 2

Black Stork | Konstantin Andrussenko | 2

Citrine Wagtail | Konstantin Andrussenko | 2

Common Sandpiper | Konstantin Andrussenko | 2

Song Thrush | Konstantin Andrussenko | 2

Great Bustard | Malik Nukusbekov | 2

Eurasian Wryneck | Konstantin Andrussenko | 2

rare birds records


Pied Flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca)

© Artem Andryuchshenko
2021-08-21

For the first time recorded in the Balkhash region and in general in the south-east of Kazakhstan. The Pied Flycatcher occurs on migration mostly in Western Kazakhstan, since 1999, 1-3 birds have been regularly observed in Karazhar and Korgalzhyn (Koshkin 2017), two spring records in the east of Kazakhstan in Ust-Kamenogorsk and Serebryansk are also known (see gallery this website).


Siberian Flycatcher (Muscicapa sibirica)

© Alexandr Belyaev
2021-08-16
VKO, Katon-Karagajskij GNPP, Arshaty

Very rare species on breeding and migration. The first photo of a Siberian Flycatcher on the site birds.kz.


Eurasian Roller (Coracias garrulus)

© Qanatbek Kenzhegulov
2021-07-04

For the first time, the fact of nesting of Eurasian Roller in Mangystau was established. Summer finds of vagrant birds are known, but nesting in Mangyshlak was not confirmed (Korelov, 1970).


Redwing (Turdus iliacus)

© Andrei Kuryashkin
2020-01-03
Kurchatov

The first winter meeting in the Semipalatinsk Irtysh region. //Куряшкин А.Н. 2020. Первая зимняя встреча белобровика Turdus iliacus в Семипалатинском Прииртышье.// Рус. орнитол. журн. 29 (2005): 5678-5680.

unidentified birds


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2021-10-15

Владимир Казенас: Большое спасибо, Андрей!

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