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Best photos of the month, September 2020.

Western Capercaillie | Olga Nemezhikova | 26

Eastern Imperial Eagle | Vladimir Maer | 25

Common Kingfisher | Olga Nemezhikova | 25

Merlin | Denis Zhbir | 21

Black Stork | Denis Zhbir | 21

Pallas's Sandgrouse | Denis Zhbir | 20

Northern Hazelhen | Denis Voronov | 18

Common Kingfisher | Olga Nemezhikova | 18

Rock Sparrow | Denis Zhbir | 17

White's Thrush | Grigory Khasanov | 17

Lapland Longspur | Olga Nemezhikova | 17

Pére David's Snowfinch | Denis Zhbir | 16

Northern Hazelhen | Igor Latysh | 15

Rock Ptarmigan | Denis Zhbir | 15

Eurasian Spoonbill | Denis Zhbir | 15

Booted Eagle | Denis Zhbir | 15

Red-flanked Bluetail | Grigory Khasanov | 15

Steppe Eagle | Aleksey Bolshakov | 14

Eurasian Three-Toed Woodpecker | Grigory Khasanov | 14

Grey Plover | Olga Nemezhikova | 14

Eurasian Jay | Olga Nemezhikova | 13

Little Bunting | Yurii Grigorev | 13

European Robin | Alexandr Kochetkov | 12

Spotted Nutcracker | Denis Zhbir | 12

Eurasian Hobby | Grigory Khasanov | 12

Northern Grey Shrike | Olga Nemezhikova | 12

Great Grey Shrike | Gennady Kolotin | 12

Peregrine Falcon | Andrey Bazdyrev | 11

Steppe Eagle | Denis Zhbir | 11

Rock Ptarmigan | Denis Zhbir | 11

Peregrine Falcon | Olga Nemezhikova | 11

Common Kingfisher | Olga Nemezhikova | 11

rare birds records


White-naped Crane (Grus vipio)

© Ruslan Kirillin
2021-09-21
Gornyi district, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

The 4th record in Yakutia.


Rosy Starling (Sturnus roseus)

© Valerii Bogdanovich
2021-09-13

The 1st photo-record (plus probably the 1st record) in Buryatia.


Rufous-necked Stint (Calidris ruficollis)

© Andreyenkov Oleg and Nataly
2021-08-14

The 1st record in Novosibirsk Region (and probaby in the West Siberian plain in total).


Little Bittern (Ixobrychus minutus)

© Anna Golubeva
2021-08-29


unidentified birds


2021-09-22

Игорь Фефелов: Очень контрастная белая бровь. Бурая, похоже.Или свистела, а не чокала?

2021-09-22

Игорь Фефелов: (овсянки включая подорожников)

more unidentified birds...