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Big Year 2022

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 2018 2019 2020 2021

participants


* number inside brackets means the number of species photographed in 2022
8. Vasik Olga (160)
9. Golubeva Anna (137)
11. Belyaev Dmitry (129)
12. Fedotov Andrey (121)
17. Logunov Max (38)
25. Kuzmin Alexey (12)
26. Dvurekov Igor (11)
28. Ukolov Ilya (7)
33. Katugin Oleg (4)

all species photographed in 2022


* in order of appearance (number inside brackets means the date of first record "month-day" )
1. Marsh Tit (2022-01-01)
2. Harlequin Duck (2022-01-01)
3. Tree Sparrow (2022-01-01)
4. Pelagic Cormorant (2022-01-01)
5. Common Pheasant (2022-01-01)
6. Spectacled Guillemot (2022-01-02)
7. Brown-eared Bulbul (2022-01-02)
8. White-tailed Sea-Eagle (2022-01-02)
9. Eurasian Siskin (2022-01-02)
10. Common Treecreeper (2022-01-02)
11. White-Backed Woodpecker (2022-01-03)
12. Eastern Buzzard (2022-01-03)
13. Naumann's Thrush (2022-01-03)
14. Japanese Tit (2022-01-03)
15. Eurasian Jay (2022-01-03)
16. Azure-winged Magpie (2022-01-03)
17. Common Kestrel (2022-01-03)
18. Lesser Spotted Woodpecker (2022-01-03)
19. Common Teal (2022-01-03)
20. Mallard (2022-01-03)
21. Red-breasted Merganser (2022-01-03)
22. Slaty-backed Gull (2022-01-03)
23. Northern Pintail (2022-01-03)
24. Rough-legged Buzzard (2022-01-05)
25. Grey-Headed Woodpecker (2022-01-05)
26. Sky Lark (2022-01-05)
27. Gadwall (2022-01-05)
28. Chinese Spot-billed Duck (2022-01-05)
29. Spotted Nutcracker (2022-01-06)
30. Willow Tit (2022-01-06)
31. Pine Grosbeak (2022-01-06)
32. Japanese Waxwing (2022-01-06)
33. Great Tit (2022-01-07)
34. Eurasian Nuthatch (2022-01-07)
35. Alpine Accentor (2022-01-07)
36. Asian Rosy-Finch (2022-01-07)
37. Long-tailed Duck (2022-01-07)
38. Common Goldeneye (2022-01-07)
39. Long-tailed Rosefinch (2022-01-07)
40. Common Sparrowhawk (2022-01-07)
41. Glaucous Gull (2022-01-07)
42. Azure Tit (2022-01-07)
44. Vega Gull (2022-01-07)
45. Hawfinch (2022-01-07)
46. Pallas's Rosefinch (2022-01-07)
47. Peregrine Falcon (2022-01-08)
48. Brown Dipper (2022-01-09)
49. Hen Harrier (2022-01-09)
50. Golden Eagle (2022-01-09)
51. Large-billed Crow (2022-01-10)
52. Rosy-cheeked Bullfinch (2022-01-10)
53. Oriental Greenfinch (2022-01-10)
54. Rustic Bunting (2022-01-11)
55. Northern Wren (2022-01-11)
56. Pygmy Woodpecker (2022-01-12)
57. Steller's Sea-eagle (2022-01-12)
58. Glaucous-winged Gull (2022-01-12)
59. Common Redpoll (2022-01-13)
60. Rock Pigeon (2022-01-13)
61. American Scoter (2022-01-15)
62. Great Spotted Woodpecker (2022-01-15)
63. Baikal Bullfinch (2022-01-15)
64. Short-eared Owl (2022-01-15)
65. Northern Goshawk (2022-01-16)
67. Chinese Grey Shrike (2022-01-16)
68. Black-backed Wagtail (2022-01-18)
69. Merlin (2022-01-18)
70. Siberian Accentor (2022-01-19)
71. Eurasian Wigeon (2022-01-19)
72. Long-tailed Tit (2022-01-19)
73. Meadow Bunting (2022-01-19)
74. Brambling (2022-01-20)
75. Grey-capped Woodpecker (2022-01-20)
76. Daurian Jackdaw (2022-01-20)
77. Little Grebe (2022-01-21)
78. Northern Hazelhen (2022-01-22)
79. Northern Hawk Owl (2022-01-23)
80. Cinereous Vulture (2022-01-23)
81. Mew Gull (2022-01-23)
82. Black-Billed Magpie (2022-01-25)
83. Hill Pigeon (2022-01-25)
84. Coal Tit (2022-01-31)
85. Common Raven (2022-02-04)
86. Northern Bullfinch (2022-02-04)
87. Grey Heron (2022-02-09)
88. Goosander (2022-02-17)
89. Everett's Scops-Owl (2022-02-18)
90. Pallas's Reed Bunting (2022-02-20)
91. Northern Grey Shrike (2022-02-27)
92. Black-tailed Gull (2022-02-28)
93. Smew (2022-03-01)
94. Common Pochard (2022-03-01)
95. White-cheeked Starling (2022-03-04)
96. Great White Egret (2022-03-04)
97. Bewick's Swan (2022-03-05)
98. Great Crested Grebe (2022-03-07)
99. Northern Shoveler (2022-03-07)
100. Tufted Duck (2022-03-07)
101. Falcated Duck (2022-03-08)
102. Baikal Teal (2022-03-08)
104. Vega Gull (Mongolian) (2022-03-09)
105. Common Starling (2022-03-11)
106. Rook (2022-03-12)
107. Northern Lapwing (2022-03-12)
108. Black-headed Gull (2022-03-12)
109. Oriental Stork (2022-03-14)
110. Great Cormorant (2022-03-14)
111. Long-billed Plover (2022-03-19)
112. Common Coot (2022-03-20)
113. Black Kite (2022-03-20)
114. Whooper Swan (2022-03-20)
115. Blue Rock Thrush (2022-03-20)
116. Bean Goose (2022-03-20)
117. White Wagtail (2022-03-21)
118. Hoopoe (2022-03-22)
119. Solitary Snipe (2022-03-23)
120. Bohemian Waxwing (2022-03-24)
121. Yellow-throated Bunting (2022-03-24)
122. Greater White-fronted Goose (2022-03-25)
123. Greater Scaup (2022-03-25)
124. Daurian Redstart (2022-03-27)
125. Dusky Thrush (2022-03-27)
126. Lapland Longspur (2022-03-27)
127. White-naped Crane (2022-03-27)
128. Oriental Turtle Dove (2022-03-27)
129. Mandarin Duck (2022-03-27)
130. Kentish Plover (2022-03-28)
131. Garganey (2022-03-29)
132. Far Eastern Curlew (2022-03-29)
133. Little Ringed Plover (2022-03-30)
134. Scaly-sided Merganser (2022-03-30)
135. Black-winged Stilt (2022-04-01)
136. Common Redshank (2022-04-01)
137. Red-flanked Bluetail (2022-04-03)
138. Arctic Loon (2022-04-03)
139. Little Egret (2022-04-05)
140. Northern Reed Bunting (2022-04-05)
141. Great Knot (2022-04-05)
142. Black-faced Bunting (2022-04-05)
143. Grey-faced Buzzard (2022-04-05)
144. Common Moorhen (2022-04-06)
145. Pallas's Warbler (2022-04-09)
146. Pine Bunting (2022-04-09)
147. Stejneger's Stonechat (2022-04-09)
148. Buff-bellied Pipit (2022-04-09)
149. Eurasian Wryneck (2022-04-10)
150. Goldcrest (2022-04-10)
151. Japanese Cormorant (2022-04-10)
152. Black-billed Capercaillie (2022-04-10)
153. Grey-backed Thrush (2022-04-11)
154. Pale Thrush (2022-04-13)
155. Olive-backed Pipit (2022-04-13)
156. Common Snipe (2022-04-13)
157. Dunlin (2022-04-13)
158. Japanese Reed Bunting (2022-04-13)
159. House Sparrow (2022-04-13)
160. Willow Ptarmigan (2022-04-13)
161. Dusky Warbler (2022-04-13)
162. Common Sandpiper (2022-04-14)
163. Black Woodpecker (2022-04-14)
164. Snow Bunting (2022-04-15)
165. Ancient Murrelet (2022-04-15)
166. Rhinoceros Auklet (2022-04-15)
167. Barn Swallow (2022-04-16)
168. Eurasian Spoonbill (2022-04-16)
169. Eastern Marsh-harrier (2022-04-16)
170. Grey Wagtail (2022-04-17)
171. Black-crowned Night-Heron (2022-04-17)
172. Yellow-browed Warbler (2022-04-17)
173. Grey Plover (2022-04-17)
174. Eurasian Whimbrel (2022-04-18)
175. Greater Short-toed Lark (2022-04-18)
176. Eurasian Bittern (2022-04-18)
177. Little Owl (2022-04-18)
178. Eurasian Woodcock (2022-04-19)
179. Terek Sandpiper (2022-04-20)
180. White's Thrush (2022-04-20)
181. Siberian Rubythroat (2022-04-21)
182. Chinese Yellow Wagtail (2022-04-21)
183. Marsh Sandpiper (2022-04-21)
184. Eurasian Eagle-Owl (2022-04-21)
185. Bar-tailed Godwit (2022-04-23)
186. Little Tern (2022-04-23)
187. Greater Ringed Plover (2022-04-23)
188. Wood Sandpiper (2022-04-23)
189. Red-throated Pipit (2022-04-23)
190. Green Sandpiper (2022-04-23)
191. Eyebrowed Thrush (2022-04-23)
192. Little Bunting (2022-04-23)
193. Japanese Grosbeak (2022-04-24)
194. Blue-and-white Flycatcher (2022-04-24)
195. Chestnut-eared Bunting (2022-04-25)
196. Common Greenshank (2022-04-25)
197. Long-toed Stint (2022-04-25)
198. Sanderling (2022-04-25)
199. Median Egret (2022-04-25)
200. Osprey (2022-04-25)
201. Tristram's Bunting (2022-04-26)
202. Eastern Yellow Wagtail (2022-04-26)
203. Eastern White Egret (2022-04-26)
204. Swinhoe's Snipe (2022-04-27)
205. Common Shelduck (2022-04-28)
206. Northern Parrotbill (2022-04-29)
207. Pied Harrier (2022-04-29)
208. Brown-headed Thrush (2022-04-29)
209. Chinese Pond-heron (2022-04-30)
210. Ruddy Turnstone (2022-04-30)
211. Green-headed Wagtail (2022-04-30)
212. Common Oystercatcher (2022-04-30)
213. Grey-tailed Tattler (2022-04-30)
214. Black-faced Bunting (2022-04-30)
215. Red-throated Loon (2022-05-01)
216. Ural Owl (2022-05-02)
217. Common Guillemot (2022-05-02)
218. Asian Stubtail (2022-05-03)
219. Swinhoe's Robin (2022-05-04)
220. Radde's Warbler (2022-05-04)
221. Asian Brown Flycatcher (2022-05-04)
222. Yellow-rumped Flycatcher (2022-05-04)
223. Arctic Warbler (2022-05-04)
224. Steller's Eider (2022-05-04)
225. Pacific Golden Plover (2022-05-04)
227. Grey-headed Lapwing (2022-05-05)
228. Black-tailed Godwit (2022-05-05)
229. Purple-backed Starling (2022-05-05)
230. Taiga Flycatcher (2022-05-05)
231. Ashy Minivet (2022-05-05)
232. Red-faced Cormorant (2022-05-05)
233. Red-Necked Grebe (2022-05-05)
234. Common Tern (2022-05-05)
235. Eurasian Penduline-Tit (2022-05-05)
236. Chestnut-cheeked Starling (2022-05-06)
237. Black-naped Oriole (2022-05-06)
238. Black-legged Kittiwake (2022-05-06)
239. Pigeon Guillemot (2022-05-06)
240. Brunnich's Guillemot (2022-05-06)
241. Tufted Puffin (2022-05-06)
242. Siberian Flycatcher (2022-05-06)
243. Oriental Cuckoo (2022-05-07)
244. Crested Honey-buzzard (2022-05-07)
245. Striated Heron (2022-05-07)
246. Yellow-browed Bunting (2022-05-07)
247. Lesser Sand Plover (2022-05-07)
248. Brown Shrike (2022-05-07)
249. Red Knot (2022-05-07)
250. Rufous-necked Stint (2022-05-07)
251. Spotted Redshank (2022-05-07)
252. Curlew Sandpiper (2022-05-07)
253. Pin-tailed Snipe (2022-05-07)
254. Pacific Swift (2022-05-07)
255. Mugimaki Flycatcher (2022-05-08)
256. Lesser Striated Swallow (2022-05-08)
257. Chestnut-flanked White-eye (2022-05-08)
258. Greenish Warbler (2022-05-08)
259. White-throated Needletail (2022-05-08)
260. Grey Bunting (2022-05-08)
261. Yellow-breasted Bunting (2022-05-09)
262. Common Kingfisher (2022-05-09)
263. Chestnut Bunting (2022-05-09)
264. Siberian Blue Robin (2022-05-09)
265. White-winged Scoter (2022-05-09)
266. Pale-legged Leaf-warbler (2022-05-09)
267. Grey-streaked Flycatcher (2022-05-10)
268. Bluethroat (2022-05-10)
269. Black-faced Spoonbill (2022-05-10)
270. Chinese Grosbeak (2022-05-11)
271. Bull-headed Shrike (2022-05-11)
272. Japanese Robin (2022-05-11)
273. Manchurian Bush-Warbler (2022-05-11)
274. Sand Martin (2022-05-11)
275. Sharp-tailed Sandpiper (2022-05-12)
276. Citrine Wagtail (2022-05-12)
277. Little Stint (2022-05-13)
278. Oriental Reed-warbler (2022-05-13)
279. Rufous-bellied Woodpecker (2022-05-13)
280. Latham's Snipe (2022-05-14)
281. Oriental Plover (2022-05-14)
282. White-winged Tern (2022-05-15)
283. Nordmann's Greenshank (2022-05-15)
284. Cattle Egret (2022-05-15)
285. Broad-billed Sandpiper (2022-05-15)
286. Black-browed Reed-warbler (2022-05-16)
287. Amur Falcon (2022-05-17)
288. American Wigeon (2022-05-17)
289. Ruff (2022-05-18)
290. Common Cuckoo (2022-05-19)
291. Eurasian Hobby (2022-05-20)
292. Eurasian Curlew (2022-05-20)
293. Richard's Pipit (2022-05-20)
294. Japanese Quail (2022-05-21)
295. Thick-billed Warbler (2022-05-21)
296. Forest Wagtail (2022-05-22)
297. Chinese Nuthatch (2022-05-22)
298. Common Crane (2022-05-24)
299. Siberian Crane (2022-05-24)
300. Dollarbird (2022-05-25)
301. Oriental Scops Owl (2022-05-25)
302. Lesser Cuckoo (2022-05-25)
303. Red-necked Phalarope (2022-05-25)
304. Eastern House Martin (2022-05-26)
305. Short-tailed Shearwater (2022-05-26)
306. Emperor Goose (2022-05-26)
307. Desert Wheatear (2022-05-27)
308. Savannah Sparrow (2022-05-29)
309. Narcissus Flycatcher (2022-05-30)
311. Tiger Shrike (2022-06-03)
312. Japanese Sparrowhawk (2022-06-03)
313. Spoon-billed Sandpiper (2022-06-05)
314. Common Rosefinch (2022-06-07)
315. Northern House-Martin (2022-06-09)
316. Schrenck's Bittern (2022-06-12)
317. Purple Heron (2022-06-12)
318. Stepanyan's Warbler (2022-06-13)
319. Chinese Goshawk (2022-06-19)
320. Whiskered Tern (2022-06-25)
321. Light-vented Bulbul (2022-06-26)
322. Slavonian Grebe (2022-06-29)
323. Aleutian Tern (2022-06-30)
324. Mute Swan (2022-07-05)
325. Arctic Skua (2022-07-11)
326. Grey Nightjar (2022-07-11)
327. Long-tailed Skua (2022-07-12)
328. Laysan Albatross (2022-07-16)
329. Providence Petrel (2022-07-16)
330. Rock Sandpiper (2022-07-16)
331. Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch (2022-07-19)
332. Fork-tailed Storm-Petrel (2022-08-02)
335. Brown Hawk-Owl (2022-08-17)
336. Temminck's Stint (2022-08-20)
337. Arctic Tern (2022-08-20)
338. Lanceolated Warbler (2022-08-21)
339. Black Stork (2022-08-26)
340. Chinese Egret (2022-08-26)
341. Hooded Crane (2022-08-27)
342. Horned Puffin (2022-09-01)
343. Pectoral Sandpiper (2022-09-08)
344. Black-Necked Grebe (2022-09-10)
345. Chestnut-bellied Tit (2022-09-18)
346. Blakiston's Fish-Owl (2022-09-25)

Big Year 2022

1. Alexander Rogal' (222)
2. Arseniy Markiv (211)
3. Nikolay Kharin (201)
4. Anatolii Khodakov (197)
5. Andrey Vyalkov (185)
6. Valery Shokhrin (184)
7. Irina Malykina (164)
8. Olga Vasik (160)
9. Anna Golubeva (137)
10. Alexander Bobkov (135)
more...

rare birds records


Japanese Wood-Pigeon (Columba janthina)

© Olga Vasik
2020-05-23
Vladivostok



American herring gull (Larus smithsonianus)

© Yuri Artukhin
2015-01-25
Sea of Okhotsk, South-West Kamchatka

The first record of the American (herring) gull in the Russian Federation. Details here: Artukhin, Yu. B. (2022) American herring gull Larus smithsonianus Coues, 1862 is a new species for the avifauna of Russia. Amurian Zoological Journal, 2022, vol. XIV, No 2, p. 335–344.


Providence Petrel (Pterodroma solandri)

© Ilya Ukolov
2022-07-16



Light-vented Bulbul (Pycnonotus sinensis)

© Nikolay Kharin
2022-06-26
Putyatin

A vagrant in the region. The 1st photo-record at the website fareastru.

more rarities...

recent video

2022-08-20. Japanese Wood-Pigeon (Olga Vasik), Japanese Wood-Pigeon (Olga Vasik), Japanese Wood-Pigeon (Olga Vasik).

2022-07-11. Chestnut-eared Bunting (Yuri Suparman).

2021-08-13. Oriental Greenfinch (Yana Pogodina), Grey Bunting (Yana Pogodina).

2021-08-06. Taiga Flycatcher (Yana Pogodina).

2021-08-05. Spotted Nutcracker (Yana Pogodina).

2020-06-14. Great Spotted Woodpecker (Victor Feldsherov).

2020-04-06. Grey-Headed Woodpecker (Yulya Goroshko).

2020-04-04. Mandarin Duck (Pavel Petrushin), Oriental Stork (Pavel Petrushin), Oriental Stork (Pavel Petrushin).

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

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

more video...

unidentified birds


2022-09-25

no any comments:

2022-09-10

Вадим Ивушкин: Похоже клинохвостый.

2022-08-26

Ольга Васик: Птица с красноватым подклювьем, несколько меньше больших белых цапель. Держалась на заливе вместе с серыми и большими белыми. Склоняюсь [....]

2022-08-21

Игорь Фефелов: Будем надеяться. Я с последней незнаком , а со второй едва-едва.

2022-08-08

Валерий Шохрин: Если голова с желто-зеленой окраской - то это щур.

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