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Yuriy Malkov | 2017

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total species: 183
total photos: 1023
total videos: 62
total blogposts: 0

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2. Bohemian Waxwing (02-07)
6. Common Raven (02-13)
7. Hooded Crow (02-13)
8. Eurasian Jackdaw (02-13)
9. Tree Sparrow (02-15)
10. Rock Pigeon (02-18)
11. Azure Tit (02-18)
12. Great Tit (02-18)
13. Fieldfare (02-18)
14. Baikal Bullfinch (02-21)
15. Common Redpoll (03-01)
16. Rook (03-13)
17. Northern Lapwing (03-21)
20. Yellowhammer (03-28)
22. Common Treecreeper (04-04)
23. Long-tailed Tit (04-04)
24. Goldcrest (04-06)
25. Common Sparrowhawk (04-07)
26. Common Chaffinch (04-07)
28. European Robin (04-08)
29. Baraba Steppe Gull (04-08)
30. Common Redshank (04-08)
31. Green Sandpiper (04-09)
33. White Wagtail (04-09)
34. Blue Tit (04-10)
36. Song Thrush (04-11)
37. Common Shelduck (04-22)
38. Common Kestrel (04-22)
39. Sky Lark (04-22)
40. Mistle Thrush (04-22)
42. Eurasian Wigeon (04-25)
43. Whooper Swan (04-25)
44. Smew (04-25)
45. Common Pochard (04-25)
46. Tufted Duck (04-25)
47. Black-headed Gull (04-25)
48. Gadwall (04-25)
49. Garganey (04-25)
51. Mute Swan (04-25)
52. Common Coot (04-25)
53. Northern Shoveler (04-25)
55. Red-Necked Grebe (04-25)
57. Yellow Wagtail (04-25)
59. Marsh Sandpiper (04-25)
60. Terek Sandpiper (04-25)
61. Mallard (04-25)
62. Northern Wheatear (04-25)
63. Bluethroat (04-25)
64. Grey Partridge (04-25)
65. Common Buzzard (04-25)
66. Common Sandpiper (04-27)
67. Greater Scaup (04-27)
68. Mew Gull (04-27)
69. Common Chiffchaff (04-27)
70. Willow Warbler (04-27)
71. Tree Pipit (04-27)
72. Citrine Wagtail (04-27)
73. Common Greenshank (04-27)
74. Ruff (04-30)
75. Common Crane (04-30)
76. Pied Flycatcher (04-30)
78. Common Teal (05-02)
79. Demoiselle Crane (05-02)
80. Black-Necked Grebe (05-02)
81. Black-winged Stilt (05-02)
82. Eurasian Whimbrel (05-02)
83. Great Cormorant (05-06)
84. Wood Sandpiper (05-06)
85. Eurasian Linnet (05-06)
86. Common Stonechat (05-06)
87. Temminck's Stint (05-08)
89. Eurasian Redstart (05-13)
90. Common Cuckoo (05-13)
91. Lesser Whitethroat (05-13)
92. Greylag Goose (05-13)
93. Barn Swallow (05-15)
94. Common Tern (05-15)
95. Red-backed Shrike (05-15)
97. Bar-tailed Godwit (05-16)
98. Tawny Pipit (05-17)
100. Common Rosefinch (05-20)
101. Eurasian Wryneck (05-20)
102. Common Whitethroat (05-20)
104. Booted Warbler (05-20)
105. Northern Pintail (05-20)
106. Dunlin (05-20)
108. Little Stint (05-20)
109. Ruddy Turnstone (05-20)
110. Stock Pigeon (05-24)
111. Pied Avocet (05-27)
112. Curlew Sandpiper (05-27)
113. Grey Plover (05-27)
114. Sand Martin (05-27)
116. White-winged Tern (05-30)
117. Ortolan Bunting (05-31)
119. Cetti's Warbler (05-31)
120. Little Tern (06-01)
121. Wood Pigeon (06-03)
122. Willow Tit (06-05)
123. Slavonian Grebe (06-05)
125. Montagu's Harrier (06-06)
126. Spotted Flycatcher (06-06)
127. Black Lark (06-10)
128. Pallid Harrier (06-10)
129. Merlin (06-10)
130. Hoopoe (06-10)
131. Red-footed Falcon (06-10)
132. Little Gull (06-13)
133. Black Tern (06-13)
134. Grey Heron (06-13)
135. Great White Egret (06-13)
136. Great Reed Warbler (06-13)
138. House Sparrow (06-13)
139. Thrush Nightingale (06-14)
140. Icterine Warbler (06-16)
141. Garden Warbler (06-16)
142. Whinchat (06-16)
143. Northern Goshawk (06-16)
144. Black Kite (06-17)
145. European Bee-eater (06-22)
147. Common Quail (06-26)
148. Eurasian Hobby (06-26)
150. Spotted Redshank (07-02)
151. Slender-billed Gull (07-02)
153. Sanderling (07-22)
155. Peregrine Falcon (08-13)
156. Pallas's Gull (08-13)
157. Common Goldeneye (08-21)
158. Eurasian Curlew (08-23)
159. Common Snipe (08-31)
160. Water Rail (09-02)
161. Lesser Kestrel (09-12)
162. Sedge Warbler (09-16)
163. Paddyfield Warbler (09-16)
164. Hen Harrier (09-16)
166. Red-throated Pipit (09-21)
167. Meadow Pipit (09-21)
168. Bewick's Swan (09-29)
169. Great Grey Shrike (10-01)
170. Brambling (10-01)
173. Spotted Crake (10-08)
174. Red-breasted Goose (10-08)
175. Common Horned Lark (10-08)
176. Bearded Tit (10-08)
177. Bean Goose (10-14)
179. Eurasian Siskin (10-16)
181. Redwing (10-17)
182. Hawfinch (10-17)
183. Goosander (10-17)

recent uploads


2017-10-20. Unkown Bird.

2017-10-18. Black-throated Thrush, Redwing, Fieldfare, Hawfinch, Rough-legged Buzzard, Goosander, Stock Pigeon.

2017-10-17. Eurasian Siskin.

2017-10-14. Water Rail, Bean Goose, Bearded Tit, Red-breasted Merganser, Common Horned Lark.

2017-10-12. Whooper Swan, Bewick's Swan.

2017-10-11. Bewick's Swan, Grey Plover.

2017-10-10. Blue Tit.

2017-10-09. Common Chaffinch, Oriental Turtle Dove, Spotted Crake, Water Rail, Red-breasted Goose, Northern Reed Bunting, Common Horned Lark, Bearded Tit, Hen Harrier.

2017-10-07. Bewick's Swan.

2017-10-06. Black-headed Gull, Garganey, Smew, Common Chiffchaff, Whooper Swan, Ruff, White Wagtail, White-tailed Sea-Eagle.

2017-10-05. Rough-legged Buzzard.

2017-10-04. Eurasian Goldfinch.

2017-10-03. Song Thrush, European Greenfinch, Stock Pigeon.

2017-10-01. Great Grey Shrike, Brambling, Mute Swan, Mallard, Smew, Bewick's Swan.

2017-09-30. Bewick's Swan, Bewick's Swan, Whooper Swan, Eurasian Wigeon, Black-Necked Grebe.

Big Year 2017

1. Askar Isabekov (306)
2. Alexandr Belyaev (235)
3. Gennadiy Dyakin (190)
4. Boris Gubin (189)
5. Anna Yasko (189)
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rare birds records


Eyebrowed Thrush (Turdus obscurus)

© Anna Yasko
2017-10-02
Aktau, Mangystau region

The new species of the fauna of Kazakhstan. Eyebrowed Thrush is distributed from the east of Western Siberia (approximately to the line of Tomsk) to the Pacific Ocean. Vagrants were recorded in Western Europe.


Red-flanked Bluetail (Tarsiger cyanurus)

© Alexandr Fedulin
2017-10-05
Korgalzhin v.

The second record in Kurgaldzhinho. Three birds were observed. The first bird was recorded on Kulanotpes river on September 29th 1960. (Krivitsky et al, 1985).


Masked Shrike (Lanius nubicus)

© Mark Pestov
2017-05-13
Southern Ustyurt

The second record of this species in Kazakhstan. Two birds were observed on trees near the railway junction Taigyr in the Karakiyan district of Mangystau region. In the latest research of birds of Mangyshlak, Ustyurt and Peninsula Buzachi B.M. Gubin (2015) mentions the records of 31th August and 8th September 2010, when Patrick Palmen took the photos of the female bird in Fetisovo village.


Red-flanked Bluetail (Tarsiger cyanurus)

© Vladimir Vorobyov
2017-07-24
VKO Katon-Karagay

The first evidence of the nesting this species on the Altai Tarbagatai Ridge in the Katon-Karagai National Park, where it was previously assumed to be Y.A. Kotukhov. He observed there a worried female bird on the mountain pass Burkhat (Starikov, 2006). First in breeding season for the territory of Kazakhstan it was noted on the Ivanovo Ridge in 1969, species later turned out to be common in the damp dark coniferous forest areas not only of Ivanovo, but also of the Lineysky ridge (Shcherbakov, 1974, 1978).

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recent video

2017-10-19. Grey Heron (Natali Kim), Masked Wagtail (Natali Kim).

2017-10-14. Common Chiffchaff (Anna Yasko), Sandwich Tern (Anna Yasko), Spotted Crake (Anna Yasko).

2017-09-22. Grey Plover (Yuriy Malkov).

2017-09-20. Dunlin (Askar Isabekov), Spotted Redshank (Natali Kim).

2017-08-23. Eurasian Curlew (Yuriy Malkov).

2017-08-21. Himalayan Vulture (Askar Isabekov).

2017-08-04. Common Kingfisher (Natali Kim).

2017-08-01. Red-backed Shrike (Yuriy Malkov).

2017-07-31. Chukar Partridge (Askar Isabekov), Common Sparrowhawk (Askar Isabekov).

2017-07-29. Broad-billed Sandpiper (Yuriy Malkov).

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unidentified birds


2017-10-20

Юрий Малков: Помогите определиться.С последующим удалением-так как снята в Сибири.Слёток европейская горихвостка чернушки?Если так-то это ещё немного
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2017-10-17

Анна Ясько: Альберт, есть ли фото, где видны пестрины на боках? Чисто визуально, я бы сказала, что это лесной конек: клюв довольно толстый и основание подклювья
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2017-10-15

Анна Ясько: Похож, только тот взрослый (и все же непонятно у него с цевками, неужели все же оперенные?). Может это та пара начудила? Шучу, но вдруг?

2017-09-21

Олег Белялов: Да, Анна, в этом случае нельзя и зелёную исключать. Иногда светлая полоса едва различима, а очень ярко смотрится видимо только у первогодков.
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2017-09-13

Аскар Исабеков: Мне кажется, что молодых птиц (а это же молодая, судя по чешуе на спине) лучше определять по взрослым особям, поскольку большинство признаков
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