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Big Year 2017

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

participants


* number inside brackets means the number of species photographed in 2017
5. Ilya Ukolov (73)
15. Wieland Heim (4)

all species photographed in 2017


* in order of appearance (number inside brackets means the date of first record "month-day" )
1. Common Buzzard (01-03)
3. Harlequin Duck (01-07)
4. Coal Tit (01-08)
5. Japanese Tit (01-08)
9. Ural Owl (01-19)
11. Common Goldeneye (01-23)
12. Eurasian Jay (01-28)
13. Tree Sparrow (01-28)
14. Common Kestrel (01-30)
15. Northern Goshawk (02-05)
17. Brown Dipper (02-09)
18. Marsh Tit (02-09)
19. Brown-eared Bulbul (02-15)
20. Asian Rosy-Finch (02-19)
21. Naumann's Thrush (02-22)
22. Hawfinch (02-22)
23. Long-tailed Tit (02-23)
24. Willow Tit (02-23)
25. Pallas's Rosefinch (02-23)
26. Common Sparrowhawk (02-24)
27. Eurasian Nuthatch (02-25)
30. Common Pheasant (03-01)
31. Dusky Thrush (03-01)
35. Slaty-backed Gull (03-03)
36. Daurian Jackdaw (03-04)
37. Pygmy Woodpecker (03-04)
40. Common Pochard (03-09)
41. Mew Gull (03-09)
42. Azure Tit (03-11)
43. Golden Eagle (03-11)
44. Meadow Bunting (03-12)
45. Common Teal (03-12)
46. Common Redpoll (03-13)
47. Alpine Accentor (03-15)
49. Fieldfare (03-17)
50. Tufted Duck (03-17)
51. Long-tailed Duck (03-18)
52. Northern Pintail (03-18)
53. Northern Lapwing (03-18)
55. Northern Shoveler (03-19)
56. Eurasian Wigeon (03-19)
57. Greater Scaup (03-19)
58. Mallard (03-20)
59. Falcated Duck (03-20)
60. Gadwall (03-20)
61. Common Coot (03-22)
62. Garganey (03-23)
64. Great White Egret (03-26)
65. Grey Heron (03-26)
68. White-naped Crane (03-28)
69. Great Cormorant (03-28)
70. King Eider (03-28)
72. Goosander (04-04)
74. Eurasian Eagle-Owl (04-05)
75. White Wagtail (04-07)
76. Hoopoe (04-07)
78. Bewick's Swan (04-08)
81. Daurian Redstart (04-13)
82. Mandarin Duck (04-14)
85. Little Egret (04-17)
87. Black-headed Gull (04-24)
88. Median Egret (04-24)
89. Japanese Cormorant (04-26)
90. Common Moorhen (04-26)
93. Brambling (04-28)
95. Hooded Crane (04-28)
97. Olive-backed Pipit (04-30)
99. Baer's Pochard (05-01)
100. Japanese Grosbeak (05-02)
101. Buff-bellied Pipit (05-03)
102. Black-winged Stilt (05-04)
103. Blue Rock Thrush (05-04)
104. Far Eastern Curlew (05-04)
105. Pallas's Warbler (05-05)
106. Red-throated Pipit (05-05)
107. Ashy Minivet (05-05)
108. Oriental Scops Owl (05-05)
109. Ancient Murrelet (05-06)
110. Long-eared Owl (05-08)
111. Chinese Pond-heron (05-09)
112. Sky Lark (05-09)
113. Grey-backed Thrush (05-11)
115. Long-toed Stint (05-13)
116. Cattle Egret (05-13)
117. Spotted Nutcracker (05-17)
118. Siberian Jay (05-17)
124. Glaucous Gull (05-19)
125. Black-tailed Gull (05-19)
127. Black-tailed Godwit (05-20)
128. Lesser Sand Plover (05-20)
130. White's Thrush (05-22)
136. Barn Swallow (05-27)
138. Tristram's Bunting (05-28)
139. Wood Sandpiper (05-29)
141. Curlew Sandpiper (05-29)
142. Rock Pigeon (05-29)
144. Pacific Swift (05-29)
147. Northern Fulmar (05-30)
148. Sand Martin (05-30)
149. Brown Shrike (05-31)
150. Red Phalarope (06-01)
153. Rock Sandpiper (06-03)
154. Siberian Blue Robin (06-04)
155. Brown-headed Thrush (06-04)
156. Siberian Thrush (06-04)
157. Japanese Accentor (06-04)
159. Black-faced Bunting (06-04)
161. Siberian Flycatcher (06-04)
162. Siberian Rubythroat (06-04)
163. Eurasian Siskin (06-04)
164. Large-billed Crow (06-05)
165. Rufous-necked Stint (06-05)
169. Crested Kingfisher (06-07)
171. White-winged Scoter (06-07)
173. Rhinoceros Auklet (06-07)
174. Tufted Puffin (06-07)
175. Pelagic Cormorant (06-07)
176. Pomarine Skua (06-07)
177. Latham's Snipe (06-08)
178. Red Crossbill (06-08)
179. Eurasian Woodcock (06-08)
180. Arctic Loon (06-09)
181. Dollarbird (06-09)
182. Black Woodpecker (06-09)
184. Grey Bunting (06-10)
185. Grey Wagtail (06-12)
188. Lanceolated Warbler (06-13)
189. Eurasian Whimbrel (06-13)
191. Japanese Robin (06-15)
192. Northern Wren (06-15)
193. Pied Harrier (06-15)
195. Savannah Sparrow (06-20)
196. American Scoter (06-21)
197. Red-Necked Grebe (06-21)
198. Pine Bunting (06-21)
199. Smew (06-22)
200. Aleutian Tern (06-22)
201. Pine Grosbeak (06-22)
202. Ruff (06-22)
203. Stepanyan's Warbler (06-23)
204. Swinhoe's Robin (06-23)
205. Russet Sparrow (06-23)
206. Chinese Grosbeak (06-25)
210. Osprey (07-04)
212. Rustic Bunting (07-04)
213. Common Cuckoo (07-05)
215. Horned Puffin (07-08)
216. Common Guillemot (07-08)
218. Dunlin (07-09)
219. Little Stint (07-14)
221. Eurasian Spoonbill (07-16)
222. Pigeon Guillemot (07-16)
224. Bluethroat (07-17)
226. Temminck's Stint (07-19)
227. Spotted Redshank (07-20)
228. Little Grebe (07-22)
229. Brown-cheeked Rail (07-28)
230. Bean Goose (07-29)
231. Vega Gull (07-29)
233. Laysan Albatross (08-01)
234. Snowy Owl (08-05)
235. Andaman Hawk-Owl (08-10)
236. Ruddy Turnstone (08-12)
237. Marsh Sandpiper (08-14)
238. Common Tern (08-15)
239. Terek Sandpiper (08-16)
240. Northern Wheatear (08-17)
241. Crested Auklet (08-24)
242. Oriental Stork (08-25)
244. Bar-tailed Godwit (08-30)
245. Grey Plover (08-30)
246. Great Knot (08-30)
248. Common Greenshank (09-02)
250. Baikal Teal (09-06)
252. Japanese Murrelet (09-08)
253. Sooty Shearwater (09-09)
255. Arctic Skua (09-09)
257. Eurasian Hobby (09-10)
258. Siberian Grouse (09-14)
259. Black-Necked Grebe (09-19)
260. Common Kingfisher (09-20)
261. Buller's Shearwater (09-21)
262. Northern Hazelhen (09-25)
265. Whooper Swan (09-30)
266. Hen Harrier (09-30)
267. Siberian Accentor (10-06)
268. Horned Lark (10-07)
269. Chestnut Bunting (10-12)
271. Goldcrest (10-17)
272. Gyrfalcon (10-18)
273. Peregrine Falcon (10-18)
274. Japanese Waxwing (10-18)
276. Bohemian Waxwing (10-20)
277. Snow Bunting (10-24)
278. Northern Hawk Owl (10-24)
279. Hoary Redpoll (10-24)
280. Relict Gull (11-04)
281. Common Raven (11-06)
282. Hill Pigeon (11-21)
283. Merlin (12-03)

Big Year 2017

1. Tamara Pryadun (102)
2. Dmitriy Korobov (101)
3. Alexey Antonov (84)
4. Andrey Vyalkov (83)
5. Ilya Ukolov (73)
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rare birds records


Oriental Pratincole (Glareola maldivarum)

© Dmitriy Korobov
2007-06-24
Primorskiy Kray

Rare passage species


Black Drongo (Dicrurus macrocercus)

© Valery Shokhrin
2015-10-22
Prymorsry kray, Lazovsry rayon, buhta Petrova

Rare passage species


White-breasted Waterhen (Amaurornis phoenicurus)

© Valery Shokhrin
2013-08-22
Prymorskykray, Lazovsry rayon, selo Glazkovka

Rare passage species


Savannah Sparrow (Passerculus sandwichensis)

© Sergey Lakomov
2017-11-20
Severo-Kurilsk.Paramushir

Vagrant North American species to the North of the Kuril Islands

more rarities...

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


2017-12-12

Тамара Прядун: Спасибо.

2017-12-03

Дмитрий Коробов: Похоже что она.

2017-11-11

Сергей Л. Волков: Сахалин указан на карте.Молодая птица. Сложно сказать, ибо сибирские тоже могут быть такими пестрыми снизу. Надо сравнивать именно с сахалинскими
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2017-11-11

Сергей Л. Волков: Сибирская мухоловка.Ширококлювая мухоловка не подходит, поскольку у ней низ тела окрашен равномерно (без пятен), большая часть подклювья
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2017-10-15

Александр Хитров: Да, этот с голубятни. Просто порода какая-то у него. Вот забыл(

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