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Big Year 2021

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

You can see previous years competitions results here: 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

participants


* number inside brackets means the number of species photographed in 2021
16. Panov Andrei (12)
20. Maer Vladimir (11)
23. Mix Jeremy (10)
25. Demina Maria (8)
26. Fefelov Igor (8)
42. Sukhov Ilya (2)
48. Popov Oleg (1)

all species photographed in 2021


* in order of appearance (number inside brackets means the date of first record "month-day" )

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1. Upland Buzzard (2021-01-01)
2. Eurasian Jackdaw (2021-01-01)
3. Eurasian Nuthatch (2021-01-01)
4. White-Backed Woodpecker (2021-01-01)
5. Great Tit (2021-01-01)
6. Willow Tit (2021-01-01)
7. Great Spotted Woodpecker (2021-01-01)
8. Fieldfare (2021-01-01)
9. Northern Bullfinch (2021-01-01)
10. Grey-Headed Woodpecker (2021-01-01)
11. Coal Tit (2021-01-01)
12. Bohemian Waxwing (2021-01-01)
13. Mallard (2021-01-01)
14. Carrion Crow (2021-01-01)
15. House Sparrow (2021-01-01)
16. Common Redpoll (2021-01-01)
17. Pine Bunting (2021-01-01)
18. Grey Partridge (2021-01-01)
19. Yellowhammer (2021-01-01)
20. Stock Pigeon (2021-01-01)
21. Eurasian Jay (2021-01-01)
22. Hooded Crow (2021-01-01)
23. Black-Billed Magpie (2021-01-01)
24. Rough-legged Buzzard (2021-01-01)
25. Common Raven (2021-01-01)
26. Tree Sparrow (2021-01-01)
27. Ural Owl (2021-01-01)
28. Merlin (2021-01-01)
29. Lesser Spotted Woodpecker (2021-01-01)
30. Long-tailed Tit (2021-01-01)
31. Rock Pigeon (2021-01-01)
32. Northern Goshawk (2021-01-01)
33. Hawfinch (2021-01-01)
34. Red Crossbill (2021-01-01)
35. Pine Grosbeak (2021-01-01)
36. Red-throated Thrush (2021-01-02)
37. Marsh Tit (2021-01-02)
38. Long-tailed Rosefinch (2021-01-02)
39. Common Goldeneye (2021-01-02)
40. Black Woodpecker (2021-01-02)
41. Common Sparrowhawk (2021-01-02)
42. Eurasian Goldfinch (2021-01-02)
43. Siberian Accentor (2021-01-02)
44. Godlewski's Bunting (2021-01-02)
45. Northern Black Grouse (2021-01-02)
46. Baikal Bullfinch (2021-01-03)
47. Northern Hazelhen (2021-01-03)
48. Eurasian Dipper (2021-01-03)
49. Snow Bunting (2021-01-03)
50. Cinereous Vulture (2021-01-03)
51. Golden Eagle (2021-01-03)
52. Pallas's Rosefinch (2021-01-03)
53. Common Kestrel (2021-01-03)
54. Little Bunting (2021-01-03)
55. Common Chaffinch (2021-01-03)
56. Northern Pintail (2021-01-04)
57. Goosander (2021-01-04)
58. Brambling (2021-01-04)
59. Great Rosefinch (2021-01-04)
60. Twite (2021-01-04)
61. Red-billed Chough (2021-01-04)
62. Daurian Partridge (2021-01-04)
63. Horned Lark (2021-01-04)
64. Brown Accentor (2021-01-04)
65. Rock Sparrow (2021-01-04)
66. Guldenstadt's Redstart (2021-01-04)
67. Northern Grey Shrike (2021-01-04)
68. Saker Falcon (2021-01-04)
69. Azure Tit (2021-01-04)
70. Common Treecreeper (2021-01-05)
71. Great Grey Owl (2021-01-05)
72. Spotted Nutcracker (2021-01-05)
73. Meadow Bunting (2021-01-05)
74. White-winged Snowfinch (2021-01-05)
75. Pére David's Snowfinch (2021-01-05)
76. Hill Pigeon (2021-01-05)
77. Eurasian Siskin (2021-01-06)
78. Yellow-billed Chough (2021-01-06)
79. Lammergeier (2021-01-06)
80. Wallcreeper (2021-01-06)
81. Asian Rosy-Finch (2021-01-06)
82. Siberian Tit (2021-01-06)
83. Grey-headed Goldfinch (2021-01-07)
84. Whooper Swan (2021-01-07)
85. Tufted Duck (2021-01-07)
86. Eurasian Blackbird (2021-01-07)
87. Gyrfalcon (2021-01-08)
88. Mute Swan (2021-01-08)
89. Bearded Tit (2021-01-08)
90. Goldcrest (2021-01-09)
92. White-tailed Sea-Eagle (2021-01-09)
93. Western Capercaillie (2021-01-09)
94. Little Grebe (2021-01-09)
95. Azure-winged Magpie (2021-01-09)
96. Common Pheasant (2021-01-09)
97. Great Grey Shrike (2021-01-10)
98. Siberian Nuthatch (2021-01-16)
99. Grey Heron (2021-01-17)
100. Red-breasted Merganser (2021-01-17)
101. Bean Goose (2021-01-17)
102. Common Teal (2021-01-17)

rare birds records


Steppe Eagle (Aquila nipalensis)

© Stepan Egorov
2020-05-21

The 3rd record of the species in Yakutia, and the 1st in the western Yakutia.


Little Grebe (Tachybaptus ruficollis)

© Mihail Ivanov
2020-12-20

Single encounters with wintering trials in the region; the first record of a bird belonging definitely to the eastern subspecies Tachybaptus ruficollis poggei in the Irkutsk Region.


Red Phalarope (Phalaropus fulicarius)

© Mihail Ivanov
2020-10-22

A very rare migrant in the Baikal region. The 3rd record in the Irkutsk Region.


Chinese Pond-heron (Ardeola bacchus)

© Igor Tupitsyn
2020-09-20
Republic of Buryatia, Tunkinsky district, Koimorskie Lakes

A rare vagrant, the 3rd record in the Republic of Buryatia.

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recent video

2021-01-04. Redwing (vasily malishcin).

2020-12-19. Common Greenshank (vasily malishcin).

2020-12-15. Western Capercaillie (Nadia Goncharova).

2020-12-14. Common Oystercatcher (vasily malishcin).

2020-11-30. Hooded Crow (vasily malishcin).

2020-11-28. Black Woodpecker (Victor Natykanets).

2020-11-11. Common Crane (vasily malishcin), Ural Owl (vasily malishcin).

2020-11-09. Sedge Warbler (Stanislavs Gr).

2020-11-01. Black-Billed Magpie (Igor Fefelov).

2020-10-26. Black Woodpecker (vasily malishcin).

2020-09-30. Western Grasshopper Warbler (vasily malishcin).

2020-09-28. Terek Sandpiper (vasily malishcin).

2020-09-22. Redwing (vasily malishcin).

2020-09-21. Hen Harrier (vasily malishcin).

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unidentified birds


2021-01-18

Игорь Фефелов: Удаляем?

2021-01-17

Максим Афанасьев: Не самка ли серого снегиря, друзья?) По клюву,высоте белой поясницы, по цвету диагностического пера (хотя, как писал Вадим, у первогодок этот [....]

2021-01-05

Александр Кочетков: Елена, у веснички и зелёной пеночки нет средней светлой полосы на голове.

2020-12-30

Игорь Фефелов: И пример толстоклювого лесного конька.

2020-12-14

Илья Сухов: Ааа, понятно, согласен. С молодежью всегда беда.

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