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Best photos of the month, February 2019.

Himalayan Snowcock | Askar Isabekov | 30

Western Marsh-Harrier | Malik Nukusbekov | 22

Red-breasted Goose | Anna Yasko | 20

Red-breasted Goose | Anna Yasko | 20

Blue Tit | Andrey Kovalenko | 18

Eastern Buzzard | Askar Isabekov | 17

Short-eared Owl | Vyacheslav Firsov | 17

Great Rosefinch | Vladimir Vorobyov | 17

Himalayan Snowcock | Viktoriya Zvyaginceva | 17

Long-tailed Rosefinch | Andrei Kuryashkin | 16

European Robin | Askar Isabekov | 15

Pygmy Cormorant | Askar Isabekov | 15

Northern Reed Bunting | Andrey Kovalenko | 15

Fieldfare | Viktor Kolesnikov | 15

Hawfinch | Natali Kim | 15

Common Sparrowhawk | Viktor Kalyuzhnov | 15

Eurasian Blackbird | Askar Isabekov | 14

Hooded Crow | Andrey Kovalenko | 14

Peregrine Falcon | Andrey Kovalenko | 14

Blue Tit | Andrey Kovalenko | 14

Great Grey Shrike | Natali Kim | 14

Mistle Thrush | Anna Yasko | 14

Ring-billed Gull | Anna Yasko | 14

Himalayan Snowcock | Askar Isabekov | 14

Masked Wagtail | Askar Isabekov | 13

Common Goldeneye | Viktor Kolesnikov | 13

Little Grebe | Natali Kim | 13

Meadow Bunting | Vladimir Vorobyov | 13

European Robin | Viktoriya Zvyaginceva | 13

Smew | Marina Merz | 13

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

Анна Ясько: Они если не все, то многие в какой-то степени могут быть гибридными. Но здесь особо признаков гибридности не вижу. Я думаю, можно отнести к [....]

2020-10-25

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

more unidentified birds...