search

Михаил Белоусов / Mishail Belousow

members stats

map of photoshootings

total species: 216
total photos: 601
total videos: 0
total blogposts: 3

sort by:


1. Northern Bullfinch (2018-01-04)
2. Great Tit (2018-01-04)
3. Grey-Headed Woodpecker (2018-01-04)
4. Coal Tit (2018-01-04)
5. Willow Tit (2018-01-04)
6. Goldcrest (2018-01-04)
7. Eurasian Nuthatch (2018-01-04)
8. Yellowhammer (2018-01-04)
9. Great Spotted Woodpecker (2018-01-04)
10. Common Raven (2018-01-04)
11. Black-Billed Magpie (2018-01-05)
12. House Sparrow (2018-01-05)
13. Common Redpoll (2018-01-06)
14. Bohemian Waxwing (2018-01-06)
15. Northern Hawk Owl (2018-01-07)
16. Tree Sparrow (2018-01-07)
17. Carrion Crow (2018-01-13)
18. Lesser Spotted Woodpecker (2018-01-13)
19. Red Crossbill (2018-01-13)
20. Eurasian Jackdaw (2018-01-17)
21. Fieldfare (2018-01-20)
22. Common Treecreeper (2018-01-24)
24. Siberian Jay (2018-01-25)
25. Spotted Nutcracker (2018-01-25)
26. Northern Goshawk (2018-01-25)
27. Rock Pigeon (2018-02-04)
28. Azure Tit (2018-02-10)
29. Willow Ptarmigan (2018-02-10)
30. Black Woodpecker (2018-02-10)
31. White-Backed Woodpecker (2018-02-10)
32. Northern Black Grouse (2018-02-11)
33. Eurasian Jay (2018-02-11)
34. Eurasian Goldfinch (2018-02-11)
35. Gyrfalcon (2018-02-23)
36. Northern Hazelhen (2018-02-23)
37. Hooded Crow (2018-02-23)
38. Long-tailed Tit (2018-03-04)
39. Long-tailed Rosefinch (2018-03-09)
40. Snow Bunting (2018-03-25)
41. Black Kite (2018-03-31)
42. White-tailed Sea-Eagle (2018-03-31)
43. Common Starling (2018-03-31)
44. Wood Pigeon (2018-04-04)
45. Baikal Bullfinch (2018-04-07)
46. Common Chaffinch (2018-04-07)
47. Sky Lark (2018-04-07)
48. Eurasian Blackbird (2018-04-08)
49. White Wagtail (2018-04-11)
50. Northern Lapwing (2018-04-13)
51. Common Crane (2018-04-14)
52. Stock Pigeon (2018-04-14)
53. Mistle Thrush (2018-04-14)
54. Hen Harrier (2018-04-14)
55. Common Buzzard (2018-04-14)
56. Greater Spotted Eagle (2018-04-14)
57. Great Grey Shrike (2018-04-14)
58. Peregrine Falcon (2018-04-15)
59. Common Kestrel (2018-04-19)
60. Pine Bunting (2018-04-19)
61. Northern Grey Shrike (2018-04-20)
62. Greylag Goose (2018-04-21)
63. Bean Goose (2018-04-21)
64. Common Snipe (2018-04-21)
65. Green Sandpiper (2018-04-22)
66. Mallard (2018-04-22)
67. Common Teal (2018-04-22)
68. Northern Pintail (2018-04-22)
69. Mew Gull (2018-04-22)
70. Rook (2018-04-22)
71. Pallid Harrier (2018-04-26)
72. Black-headed Gull (2018-04-26)
73. European Greenfinch (2018-04-27)
74. Rough-legged Buzzard (2018-04-27)
75. Western Capercaillie (2018-04-29)
76. Oriental Turtle Dove (2018-04-29)
77. Grey Wagtail (2018-04-29)
78. Eurasian Linnet (2018-04-29)
79. Goosander (2018-04-29)
80. Common Chiffchaff (2018-04-29)
81. Hawfinch (2018-04-29)
82. Brambling (2018-04-29)
83. Garganey (2018-04-29)
84. Common Coot (2018-04-29)
85. Yellow Wagtail (2018-04-30)
86. Eurasian Curlew (2018-04-30)
87. Northern Shoveler (2018-04-30)
88. Tree Pipit (2018-05-02)
89. Northern Reed Bunting (2018-05-02)
90. Arctic Loon (2018-05-02)
91. Whooper Swan (2018-05-02)
92. Merlin (2018-05-02)
93. Barn Swallow (2018-05-02)
94. Redwing (2018-05-02)
96. Marsh Sandpiper (2018-05-04)
97. Common Goldeneye (2018-05-04)
98. Smew (2018-05-05)
99. Common Greenshank (2018-05-05)
100. Bluethroat (2018-05-06)
101. Great Crested Grebe (2018-05-06)
102. Grey Heron (2018-05-06)
103. Black-tailed Godwit (2018-05-06)
104. Common Sandpiper (2018-05-10)
105. Wood Sandpiper (2018-05-10)
106. Horned Lark (2018-05-11)
107. Jack Snipe (2018-05-11)
108. Ruff (2018-05-12)
109. Common Redshank (2018-05-12)
110. Eurasian Wryneck (2018-05-12)
111. Black-throated Thrush (2018-05-12)
112. Citrine Wagtail (2018-05-12)
113. Little Ringed Plover (2018-05-12)
114. Tufted Duck (2018-05-12)
115. Common Stonechat (2018-05-13)
116. Red-footed Falcon (2018-05-13)
117. Common Pochard (2018-05-13)
118. Eastern Yellow Wagtail (2018-05-15)
119. Eurasian Hobby (2018-05-15)
120. Masked Wagtail (2018-05-15)
121. Common Tern (2018-05-18)
122. Little Bunting (2018-05-19)
123. Red-throated Loon (2018-05-19)
124. Pied Flycatcher (2018-05-20)
125. Long-toed Stint (2018-05-20)
126. Pale Sand Martin (2018-05-20)
127. Eurasian Redstart (2018-05-20)
128. Little Gull (2018-05-20)
129. White-winged Tern (2018-05-20)
130. Black-Necked Grebe (2018-05-20)
131. Spotted Redshank (2018-05-20)
132. Little Stint (2018-05-21)
133. Black Tern (2018-05-21)
134. Northern Wheatear (2018-05-22)
135. Temminck's Stint (2018-05-22)
136. Terek Sandpiper (2018-05-22)
137. Common Cuckoo (2018-05-25)
138. Dunlin (2018-05-26)
139. Common Sparrowhawk (2018-05-26)
140. Eurasian Wigeon (2018-05-26)
141. Common Rosefinch (2018-05-26)
142. Eurasian Golden Plover (2018-05-26)
143. Common Swift (2018-05-26)
144. Arctic Tern (2018-06-01)
145. Blyth's Reed Warbler (2018-06-01)
146. Curlew Sandpiper (2018-06-01)
147. Greater Ringed Plover (2018-06-01)
148. Swinhoe's Snipe (2018-06-02)
149. Short-eared Owl (2018-06-02)
150. Common Whitethroat (2018-06-02)
151. Oriental Cuckoo (2018-06-12)
152. Eurasian Honey-Buzzard (2018-06-12)
153. Corncrake (2018-06-16)
155. Booted Warbler (2018-06-26)
156. Western Grasshopper Warbler (2018-07-01)
157. Spotted Flycatcher (2018-07-02)
158. Red-backed Shrike (2018-07-07)
159. Lesser Whitethroat (2018-07-07)
160. Thrush Nightingale (2018-07-08)
161. Pacific Swift (2018-07-19)
162. Northern House Martin (2018-07-19)
163. Common Quail (2018-07-26)
164. Sand Martin (2018-07-29)
165. Japanese Sparrowhawk (2018-07-29)
166. Brown Shrike (2018-07-29)
167. Thick-billed Warbler (2018-07-29)
168. Crested Honey-buzzard (2018-07-29)
169. Dusky Warbler (2018-07-29)
170. Garden Warbler (2018-07-30)
171. Willow Warbler (2018-07-30)
172. Eastern Imperial Eagle (2018-08-02)
173. Isabelline Wheatear (2018-08-02)
174. Demoiselle Crane (2018-08-02)
175. Ortolan Bunting (2018-08-02)
176. Hoopoe (2018-08-02)
177. Pied Wheatear (2018-08-02)
178. Ruddy Shelduck (2018-08-02)
179. Black Stork (2018-08-03)
180. Pied Avocet (2018-08-03)
181. Tawny Pipit (2018-08-03)
182. Slavonian Grebe (2018-08-03)
183. Isabelline Shrike (2018-08-03)
184. Upland Buzzard (2018-08-03)
185. Eastern Buzzard (2018-08-03)
186. Saker Falcon (2018-08-03)
187. Red-billed Chough (2018-08-03)
188. Rock Sparrow (2018-08-03)
189. Great Cormorant (2018-08-03)
190. Hill Pigeon (2018-08-03)
191. Steppe Eagle (2018-08-03)
192. Hume's Warbler (2018-08-03)
193. Daurian Jackdaw (2018-08-03)
194. Booted Eagle (2018-08-03)
195. Black Redstart (2018-08-04)
196. Eurasian Crag Martin (2018-08-04)
197. Marsh Tit (2018-08-04)
198. Siberian Tit (2018-08-04)
199. Eversmann's Redstart (2018-08-04)
200. Grey-headed Goldfinch (2018-08-04)
201. Whinchat (2018-08-14)
202. European Nightjar (2018-08-16)
203. Yellow-browed Warbler (2018-08-19)
204. Olive-backed Pipit (2018-08-19)
205. Sedge Warbler (2018-08-19)
206. Siberian Rubythroat (2018-08-24)
207. Arctic Warbler (2018-08-25)
208. Red-flanked Bluetail (2018-09-08)
209. European Robin (2018-09-08)
210. Pallas's Warbler (2018-09-12)
211. Pallas's Reed Bunting (2018-09-24)
212. Eurasian Siskin (2018-09-25)
213. Red-breasted Merganser (2018-09-29)
214. Song Thrush (2018-09-29)
215. Rustic Bunting (2018-10-07)
216. Eurasian Pygmy-Owl (2018-10-14)

recent uploads


2018-10-17. Eurasian Pygmy-Owl, Northern Hawk Owl, White-tailed Sea-Eagle, Eurasian Jay.

2018-10-12. Rough-legged Buzzard, Lesser Whitethroat, Blyth's Reed Warbler.

2018-10-07. Rustic Bunting, White-tailed Sea-Eagle, Whooper Swan.

2018-10-06. Rough-legged Buzzard, Common Redpoll, Mallard, Pine Bunting.

2018-09-30. Northern Reed Bunting, Red-breasted Merganser, Hooded Crow, Fieldfare.

2018-09-29. Song Thrush, Black-throated Thrush.

2018-09-26. Eurasian Siskin, Hawfinch, Long-tailed Tit.

2018-09-24. Pallas's Reed Bunting.

2018-09-23. Mallard, Hooded Crow, White-tailed Sea-Eagle.

2018-09-17. Unkown Bird, Mistle Thrush.

2018-09-16. Sedge Warbler, Ruff, European Greenfinch, Pine Bunting.

2018-09-15. Siberian Rubythroat, Pallas's Warbler.

2018-09-10. Pine Bunting, Eurasian Hobby, Olive-backed Pipit, Bluethroat, Little Bunting, Red-flanked Bluetail, European Robin.

2018-08-30. Spotted Flycatcher.

2018-08-26. Garden Warbler, Siberian Rubythroat, Common Chiffchaff, Yellow-browed Warbler, Red-backed Shrike, Mallard, Hen Harrier, Common Sparrowhawk, Arctic Warbler, Little Bunting, Common Stonechat.

Big Year 2018

supported by

1. Sukhov Ilya (260)
2. Dubikovskiy Dmitry (251)
3. Belousow Mishail (216)
4. Zhbir Denis (197)
5. Romanov Konstantin (190)
6. Shteinbrenner Nina (185)
7. Chernykh Andrey (180)
8. Kochetkov Alexandr (170)
9. Pankratov Vladimir (166)
10. Samodurow Konstantin (162)

more...

rare birds records


Demoiselle Crane (Anthropoides virgo)

© Luiza Mardonova
2017-05-25
Tyumenskaya oblast, Berdyuzhsky District, Lake Kushluk

Very rare found on the far south of the region


Pallas's Rosefinch (Carpodacus roseus)

© Dmitry Porshnev
2016-10-22
Yalutorovsk

Rare species on the South of ourregion. One of the few photos.


European Bee-eater (Merops apiaster)

© Luiza Mardonova
2017-08-19
Tyumenskaya oblast, Uporovskiy district, surroundings of the village of Kizak

First record in Tyumen region in August 2017


Oriental Greenfinch (Chloris sinica)

© Sergey L. Volkov
2018-06-12
Bodaibo, Irkutsk region

The first meeting in northern Trans-Baikal area and in Irkutsk region.

more rarities...

recent video

2018-10-11. Northern Reed Bunting (vasily malishcin), Hawfinch (vasily malishcin), Redwing (vasily malishcin), Citrine Wagtail (vasily malishcin).

2018-10-09. Lesser Spotted Woodpecker (vasily malishcin).

2018-10-08. Common Rosefinch (vasily malishcin).

2018-10-07. Red-backed Shrike (vasily malishcin), Red-backed Shrike (vasily malishcin), Common Stonechat (vasily malishcin).

2018-10-06. Pied Flycatcher (vasily malishcin).

2018-10-04. Corncrake (vasily malishcin), Bluethroat (vasily malishcin).

2018-10-03. Spotted Redshank (vasily malishcin).

2018-10-02. Oriental Turtle Dove (vasily malishcin).

2018-10-01. Eurasian Woodcock (vasily malishcin).

more video...

unidentified birds


2018-10-19

Константин Романов: Полагаю что не белолобые. Судя по тем картинкам, что я просмотрел, у них голова выглядит обрубленной, верх клюва и лоб сливается с небом. И
[....]

2018-10-19

А. Кочетков: Какие еще будут мнения?

2018-10-18

Сергей Л. Волков: Мне кажется, это канюки (восточные). Но здесь плохо видно (для меня, не знающего курганников). А цевки совершенно голые.

2018-10-16

Сергей Л. Волков: Ага, так. Две сизые чайки чистятся (слева на снимке).

2018-10-16

Сергей Л. Волков: Судя по очень длинному клюву и общей окраске, я предполагаю бекаса. Но вообще признаки плохо видны.

more unidentified birds...