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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
11. Latysh Igor (73)
19. Panov Andrei (52)
29. Maer Vladimir (40)
30. Fefelov Igor (38)
34. Voronov Denis (30)
35. Ivanov Mihail (25)
37. Demina Maria (24)
38. Mix Jeremy (24)
40. Kazakov Denis (23)
51. Han Ira (15)
52. Popov Oleg (15)
54. Repko Anna (14)
61. Sofa Vetrova (10)
62. Vydrin Vasily (10)
76. Zhbir Denis (4)
84. Sukhov Ilya (2)
89. Kulikov Igor (1)
90. Kulikov Igor (1)
91. Olga Baikova (1)
95. Zelenin Serg (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. Great Cormorant (2021-01-16)
100. Grey Heron (2021-01-17)
101. Black-throated Thrush (2021-01-17)
102. Bean Goose (2021-01-17)
103. Common Teal (2021-01-17)
104. Great Crested Grebe (2021-01-17)
105. Eurasian Bittern (2021-01-20)
106. Peregrine Falcon (2021-01-20)
107. Harlequin Duck (2021-01-22)
108. Smew (2021-01-23)
109. Northern Hawk Owl (2021-01-24)
110. European Greenfinch (2021-01-29)
111. Eurasian Pygmy-Owl (2021-01-31)
112. Short-eared Owl (2021-02-07)
113. Red-breasted Merganser (2021-02-07)
114. Long-tailed Duck (2021-02-08)
115. Long-eared Owl (2021-02-08)
116. Daurian Jackdaw (2021-02-18)
117. Lapland Longspur (2021-02-18)
118. Little Owl (2021-02-18)
119. Rook (2021-02-19)
120. Mongolian Lark (2021-02-19)
121. Bewick's Swan (2021-02-21)
122. Blue Tit (2021-02-21)
123. Siberian Jay (2021-02-22)
124. Snowy Owl (2021-02-23)
125. Black Lark (2021-02-23)
126. Common Pochard (2021-03-04)
127. Willow Ptarmigan (2021-03-07)
128. Vega Gull (2021-03-11)
129. Ruddy Shelduck (2021-03-11)
130. Sky Lark (2021-03-11)
131. Boreal Owl (2021-03-12)
132. Masked Wagtail (2021-03-13)
133. Northern House Martin (2021-03-17)
134. Siberian Black-backed Gull (2021-03-17)
135. Hen Harrier (2021-03-22)
136. Chinese Spot-billed Duck (2021-03-22)
137. Eversmann's Redstart (2021-03-23)
138. Steppe Eagle (2021-03-24)
139. Eastern Imperial Eagle (2021-03-24)
140. Common Starling (2021-03-25)
141. Common Buzzard (2021-03-25)
142. White Wagtail (2021-03-25)
143. Great White Egret (2021-03-26)
144. Pallas's Reed Bunting (2021-03-26)
145. Black Kite (2021-03-26)
146. Northern Reed Bunting (2021-03-26)
147. Northern Lapwing (2021-03-27)
148. Rustic Bunting (2021-03-27)
149. Wood Pigeon (2021-03-29)
150. Asian Short-toed Lark (2021-03-29)
151. Common Crane (2021-03-31)
152. Eurasian Linnet (2021-04-01)
153. Mew Gull (2021-04-01)
154. Black-headed Gull (2021-04-03)
155. Northern Wheatear (2021-04-03)
156. Red-flanked Bluetail (2021-04-03)
157. Greylag Goose (2021-04-03)
158. Mistle Thrush (2021-04-04)
159. Garganey (2021-04-04)
160. Pallas's Sandgrouse (2021-04-05)
161. Black-legged Kittiwake (2021-04-07)
162. Western Marsh-harrier (2021-04-07)
163. Common Chiffchaff (2021-04-07)
164. Eastern Buzzard (2021-04-08)
165. Citrine Wagtail (2021-04-08)
166. Isabelline Wheatear (2021-04-08)
167. Water Pipit (2021-04-09)
168. Eurasian Curlew (2021-04-10)
169. Pallid Harrier (2021-04-10)
170. Greater Spotted Eagle (2021-04-10)
171. Common Redshank (2021-04-10)
172. Northern Shoveler (2021-04-11)
173. Common Snipe (2021-04-11)
174. Eurasian Wigeon (2021-04-12)
175. Black Stork (2021-04-12)
176. Daurian Redstart (2021-04-13)
177. Swan Goose (2021-04-13)
178. Ferruginous Duck (2021-04-13)
179. Bluethroat (2021-04-14)
180. Booted Eagle (2021-04-14)
181. Pied Wheatear (2021-04-14)
182. Tree Pipit (2021-04-14)
183. Redwing (2021-04-14)
184. Black-winged Stilt (2021-04-15)
185. Osprey (2021-04-15)
186. Demoiselle Crane (2021-04-15)
187. European Robin (2021-04-15)
188. Song Thrush (2021-04-16)
189. Common Shelduck (2021-04-16)
190. Common Coot (2021-04-16)
191. Green Sandpiper (2021-04-17)
192. Great Bustard (2021-04-17)
193. Himalayan Accentor (2021-04-17)
194. Black-tailed Godwit (2021-04-17)
195. Meadow Pipit (2021-04-18)
196. Common Oystercatcher (2021-04-18)
197. Grey Wagtail (2021-04-19)
198. Gadwall (2021-04-19)
199. Naumann's Thrush (2021-04-21)
200. Little Ringed Plover (2021-04-21)
201. Falcated Duck (2021-04-21)
202. Eurasian Hobby (2021-04-22)

rare birds records


Azure-winged Magpie (Cyanopica cyanus)

© Andrey Bazdyrev
2021-03-16
Tomsk, Tomsk region

The first record in the Tomsk Region, and in the Western Siberia too.


Great Cormorant (Phalacrocorax carbo)

© Svetlana Vasilkova
2021-01-16

The first winter record after the restoring the cormorant population on Lake Baikal.


Bean Goose (Anser fabalis)

© Andrey Bazdyrev
2021-01-17
Bezrukovo, Novokuznetsk district, Kemerovo region

The first winter meeting in the Kemerovo region and the first meeting in January in Siberia as a whole.


Eurasian Pygmy-Owl (Glaucidium passerinum)

© Sergey L. Volkov
2012-03-05
Vitimsky nature reserve, Northern Transbaikalia

A widely distributed in the territory of the Irkutsk Region, but much rarely seen species.

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2021-04-20. Common Snipe (Oleg Popov), Common Snipe (Oleg Popov).

2021-04-17. Whooper Swan (Oleg Popov), Whooper Swan (Oleg Popov).

2021-04-11. Spotted Redshank (vasily malishcin).

2021-04-10. Pine Bunting (Nadia Goncharova), Pine Bunting (Nadia Goncharova).

2021-04-02. Hawfinch (vasily malishcin).

2021-04-01. Hawfinch (Oleg Popov), Hawfinch (Oleg Popov).

2021-03-28. Great Spotted Woodpecker (Olga Nemezhikova), Great Spotted Woodpecker (Olga Nemezhikova).

2021-03-20. White-Backed Woodpecker (Slava Molotkov), White-Backed Woodpecker (Slava Molotkov).

2021-03-17. Mallard (vasily malishcin).

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