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Big Year 2018

The winner will submit the pictures of the largest number of bird species taken on the territory of Russian Far East during this year.

You can see previous years competitions results here: 2017

supported by "Bloomsbury Publishing" / rewards

participants


* number inside brackets means the number of species photographed in 2018
7. Vasik Olga (8)

all species photographed in 2018


* in order of appearance (number inside brackets means the date of first record "month-day" )
1. Hawfinch (2018-01-02)
2. Northern Goshawk (2018-01-03)
3. Glaucous Gull (2018-01-03)
4. Daurian Jackdaw (2018-01-04)
6. Common Redpoll (2018-01-04)
7. Hoary Redpoll (2018-01-04)
8. Steller's Sea-eagle (2018-01-04)
9. White-tailed Sea-Eagle (2018-01-04)
10. Black-Billed Magpie (2018-01-04)
11. Upland Buzzard (2018-01-05)
12. Rough-legged Buzzard (2018-01-05)
13. Long-tailed Tit (2018-01-05)
14. Yellow-throated Bunting (2018-01-05)
15. Rock Pigeon (2018-01-05)
16. Large-billed Crow (2018-01-05)
17. Common Buzzard (2018-01-06)
18. Long-tailed Rosefinch (2018-01-06)
20. Naumann's Thrush (2018-01-07)
21. Pallas's Rosefinch (2018-01-07)
22. Pygmy Woodpecker (2018-01-07)
23. Marsh Tit (2018-01-07)
24. Eurasian Nuthatch (2018-01-07)
25. Slaty-backed Gull (2018-01-08)
26. White-Backed Woodpecker (2018-01-09)
27. Harlequin Duck (2018-01-10)
28. Asian Rosy-Finch (2018-01-10)
29. Azure-winged Magpie (2018-01-11)
30. Tree Sparrow (2018-01-13)
31. Japanese Tit (2018-01-13)
32. Brown-eared Bulbul (2018-01-14)
33. Rosy-cheeked Bullfinch (2018-01-14)
34. Great Spotted Woodpecker (2018-01-14)
35. Common Kestrel (2018-01-15)
36. Ivory Gull (2018-01-17)
37. Ural Owl (2018-01-18)
38. Brown Dipper (2018-01-18)
39. Bohemian Waxwing (2018-01-19)
40. Northern Parrotbill (2018-01-19)
41. Snowy Owl (2018-01-20)
42. Grey-capped Woodpecker (2018-01-20)
43. Grey-Headed Woodpecker (2018-01-20)
44. Common Treecreeper (2018-01-20)
45. Short-eared Owl (2018-01-21)
46. Merlin (2018-01-21)
47. Hen Harrier (2018-01-21)
48. Great Tit (2018-01-27)
49. Northern Bullfinch (2018-01-28)
50. Chinese Grey Shrike (2018-01-28)
51. Brambling (2018-01-29)
52. Pelagic Cormorant (2018-01-30)
53. Common Goldeneye (2018-02-08)
54. Alpine Accentor (2018-02-08)
55. Lesser Spotted Woodpecker (2018-02-08)
56. Common Raven (2018-02-09)
57. Golden Eagle (2018-02-09)
58. Chinese Grosbeak (2018-02-09)
59. Bearded Tit (2018-02-10)
60. Peregrine Falcon (2018-02-10)
61. American Scoter (2018-02-16)
62. Cinereous Vulture (2018-02-17)
63. Common Pheasant (2018-02-17)
64. Glaucous-winged Gull (2018-02-18)
65. Gyrfalcon (2018-02-21)
66. Baikal Bullfinch (2018-02-21)
67. Oriental Greenfinch (2018-02-22)
68. Red-breasted Merganser (2018-02-28)
69. Willow Tit (2018-03-02)
70. Solitary Snipe (2018-03-04)
71. Sky Lark (2018-03-04)
72. Common Sparrowhawk (2018-03-09)
73. Japanese Waxwing (2018-03-11)
75. Mallard (2018-03-13)
76. Mew Gull (2018-03-13)
77. Eurasian Wigeon (2018-03-14)
78. Northern Pintail (2018-03-15)
79. Common Teal (2018-03-15)
80. Common Pochard (2018-03-15)
81. Oriental Turtle Dove (2018-03-15)
82. Black-tailed Gull (2018-03-16)
83. Northern Lapwing (2018-03-16)
84. Northern Reed Bunting (2018-03-16)
86. Rook (2018-03-17)
87. Falcated Duck (2018-03-17)
88. Black-backed Wagtail (2018-03-17)
89. Smew (2018-03-17)
90. White-naped Crane (2018-03-17)
91. Northern Shoveler (2018-03-18)
92. Gadwall (2018-03-19)
93. Meadow Bunting (2018-03-21)
94. Long-billed Plover (2018-03-22)
95. Common Coot (2018-03-22)
96. Tufted Duck (2018-03-23)
98. Vega Gull (Mongolian) (2018-03-23)
99. Black Kite (2018-03-23)
100. White-cheeked Starling (2018-03-23)
101. Bean Goose (2018-03-24)
102. Baikal Teal (2018-03-24)
103. Grey Heron (2018-03-25)
104. White-winged Scoter (2018-03-25)
105. Common Starling (2018-03-25)
106. Lapland Longspur (2018-03-25)
107. White Wagtail (2018-03-26)
108. Red-flanked Bluetail (2018-03-27)
109. Daurian Redstart (2018-03-27)
110. Mandarin Duck (2018-03-28)
111. Oriental Stork (2018-03-28)
112. Great Cormorant (2018-03-28)
113. Black-headed Gull (2018-03-28)
114. Great White Egret (2018-03-28)
115. Scaly-sided Merganser (2018-03-28)
116. Goosander (2018-03-29)
117. Dusky Thrush (2018-04-01)
118. Great Crested Grebe (2018-04-02)
119. Pine Bunting (2018-04-04)
120. Japanese Cormorant (2018-04-05)
121. Long-tailed Duck (2018-04-05)
122. Common Redshank (2018-04-05)
123. Garganey (2018-04-07)
124. Eastern White Egret (2018-04-07)
125. Hoopoe (2018-04-07)
126. Black-crowned Night-Heron (2018-04-09)
127. Barn Swallow (2018-04-12)
128. Black-faced Bunting (2018-04-12)
129. Grey-backed Thrush (2018-04-12)
130. Pale Thrush (2018-04-12)
131. Rustic Bunting (2018-04-13)
132. Eurasian Woodcock (2018-04-13)
133. Common Kingfisher (2018-04-15)
134. Grey Wagtail (2018-04-15)
135. Eurasian Wryneck (2018-04-15)
136. Black-Necked Grebe (2018-04-16)
137. Blue Rock Thrush (2018-04-17)
138. White's Thrush (2018-04-19)
139. Eastern Marsh-harrier (2018-04-19)

Big Year 2018

supported by

1. Pryadun Tamara (75)
2. Vyalkov Andrey (72)
3. Korobov Dmitry (51)
4. Dugintsov Vasiliy (39)
5. Khitrov Alexander (32)
6. Shokhrin Valery (24)
7. Vasik Olga (8)
8. Malykina Irina (5)
9. Antonov Alexey (4)
10. Antipin Maksim (1)

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recent video

2017-11-26. American Scoter (Ilya Ukolov).

2017-10-07. White-bellied Green-Pigeon (Ilya Ukolov).

2017-10-01. Siberian Grouse (Alexander Yakovlev).

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unidentified birds


2018-02-14

Вадим Ивушкин: На сайте есть хорошее фото слетка ошейниковой - пестрин на боках меньше и они мелкие, а ухо значение не имеет.

2018-01-25

Дмитрий Коробов: Да, молодая птица. Молодой бургомистр всегда светлее и главное у него клюв двухцветный(кончик темный, а остальная часть светлая)

2018-01-03

Александр Яковлев: Ага, понятно, спасибо... Буду разбираться дальше...

2017-12-21

Сергей Л. Волков: Дмитрий, благодарю. Про краснощекого я забыл.

2017-12-12

Тамара Прядун: Спасибо.

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