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Big Year 2019

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

participants


* number inside brackets means the number of species photographed in 2019
3. Sukhov Ilya (93)
6. Zhbir Denis (85)
13. Ivanov Mihail (57)
14. Latysh Igor (54)
27. Mamaew Andrey (34)
29. Maer Vladimir (33)
34. Boksorn Alina (30)
44. Ebel Alexei (21)
50. Demina Maria (18)
54. Kazakov Denis (15)
62. Vydrin Vasily (10)
67. Fefelov Igor (7)
72. Urlaub Maria (5)
75. Kuzmin Igor (3)
86. Boyko Igor (1)
87. Buyanov Ilya (1)
90. Sedykh Irina (1)

all species photographed in 2019


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

sort by:


1. Hooded Crow (2019-01-01)
2. Great Spotted Woodpecker (2019-01-01)
3. Coal Tit (2019-01-01)
4. Common Raven (2019-01-01)
5. Black-Billed Magpie (2019-01-01)
6. Great Tit (2019-01-01)
7. Rock Pigeon (2019-01-01)
8. Long-tailed Rosefinch (2019-01-01)
9. Red-throated Thrush (2019-01-01)
10. Northern Bullfinch (2019-01-01)
11. Mallard (2019-01-01)
12. Hawfinch (2019-01-01)
13. Pine Grosbeak (2019-01-01)
14. Eurasian Dipper (2019-01-01)
15. Eurasian Jay (2019-01-01)
16. Upland Buzzard (2019-01-01)
17. House Sparrow (2019-01-01)
18. Ural Owl (2019-01-01)
19. Bohemian Waxwing (2019-01-01)
20. Willow Tit (2019-01-01)
21. Long-tailed Tit (2019-01-01)
22. Tree Sparrow (2019-01-01)
23. White-Backed Woodpecker (2019-01-01)
24. Grey-Headed Woodpecker (2019-01-01)
25. Yellowhammer (2019-01-01)
26. Eurasian Goldfinch (2019-01-01)
27. Snowy Owl (2019-01-01)
28. Common Treecreeper (2019-01-01)
29. Carrion Crow (2019-01-01)
30. Eurasian Nuthatch (2019-01-01)
31. Common Goldeneye (2019-01-01)
32. Eurasian Jackdaw (2019-01-01)
33. Fieldfare (2019-01-01)
34. Blue Tit (2019-01-01)
35. Rough-legged Buzzard (2019-01-02)
36. Goosander (2019-01-02)
37. Baikal Bullfinch (2019-01-02)
38. Northern Hazelhen (2019-01-02)
39. Lesser Spotted Woodpecker (2019-01-02)
40. Northern Goshawk (2019-01-02)
41. Eurasian Pygmy-Owl (2019-01-02)
42. Azure-winged Magpie (2019-01-02)
43. Northern Hawk Owl (2019-01-02)
44. Snow Bunting (2019-01-02)
45. Whooper Swan (2019-01-02)
46. Northern Grey Shrike (2019-01-02)
47. Daurian Partridge (2019-01-02)
48. Saker Falcon (2019-01-02)
49. Common Sparrowhawk (2019-01-02)
50. Northern Black Grouse (2019-01-03)
51. Azure Tit (2019-01-03)
52. Grey Partridge (2019-01-03)
53. Common Redpoll (2019-01-03)
54. Marsh Tit (2019-01-03)
55. Solitary Snipe (2019-01-03)
56. Godlewski's Bunting (2019-01-03)
57. Black-throated Thrush (2019-01-03)
58. Siberian Tit (2019-01-03)
59. Mistle Thrush (2019-01-03)
60. Horned Lark (2019-01-03)
61. Asian Rosy-Finch (2019-01-03)
62. Black Woodpecker (2019-01-03)
63. Rook (2019-01-04)
64. Merlin (2019-01-04)
65. Red-billed Chough (2019-01-04)
66. Golden Eagle (2019-01-04)
67. Pére David's Snowfinch (2019-01-04)
68. Rock Sparrow (2019-01-04)
69. Spotted Nutcracker (2019-01-04)
70. Great Rosefinch (2019-01-04)
71. Great Grey Shrike (2019-01-04)
72. White-tailed Sea-Eagle (2019-01-05)
73. White-winged Snowfinch (2019-01-05)
74. Guldenstadt's Redstart (2019-01-05)
75. Hill Pigeon (2019-01-05)
76. Pallas's Rosefinch (2019-01-05)
77. Brambling (2019-01-05)
78. Boreal Owl (2019-01-06)
79. Meadow Bunting (2019-01-06)
80. Hodgson's Rosefinch (2019-01-06)
81. Siberian Jay (2019-01-07)
83. Smew (2019-01-08)
84. Harlequin Duck (2019-01-08)
85. Gadwall (2019-01-09)
86. Long-tailed Duck (2019-01-09)
87. Great Grey Owl (2019-01-12)
88. Common Teal (2019-01-13)
89. Eurasian Eagle-Owl (2019-01-13)
90. Mute Swan (2019-01-13)
91. Eurasian Wigeon (2019-01-17)
92. Tufted Duck (2019-01-17)
93. Common Kestrel (2019-01-18)
94. Little Grebe (2019-01-19)
95. Eurasian Siskin (2019-01-20)
96. Grey-headed Goldfinch (2019-01-20)
97. Gyrfalcon (2019-01-20)
98. Red Crossbill (2019-01-21)
99. Mew Gull (2019-01-22)
100. Calandra Lark (2019-01-26)
101. Red-breasted Merganser (2019-01-31)
102. Goldcrest (2019-02-01)
103. Long-eared Owl (2019-02-07)
104. Redwing (2019-02-15)
105. Eurasian Blackbird (2019-02-16)
106. Willow Ptarmigan (2019-02-22)
107. Pine Bunting (2019-02-24)
108. Ruddy Shelduck (2019-03-08)
109. Hen Harrier (2019-03-09)
110. Grey Heron (2019-03-11)
111. European Greenfinch (2019-03-11)
112. Siberian Black-backed Gull (2019-03-16)
113. Alpine Accentor (2019-03-16)
114. Daurian Jackdaw (2019-03-16)
115. Eurasian Linnet (2019-03-17)
116. Cinereous Vulture (2019-03-17)
117. Asian Short-toed Lark (2019-03-17)
118. Mongolian Lark (2019-03-17)
119. Bearded Tit (2019-03-17)
120. Stock Pigeon (2019-03-17)
121. Eversmann's Redstart (2019-03-19)
122. Vega Gull (2019-03-20)
123. Sky Lark (2019-03-20)
124. Lapland Longspur (2019-03-22)
125. Common Chaffinch (2019-03-23)
126. Common Starling (2019-03-23)
127. Eastern Imperial Eagle (2019-03-23)
128. White Wagtail (2019-03-24)
129. Northern Reed Bunting (2019-03-24)
130. Wood Pigeon (2019-03-24)
131. Western Capercaillie (2019-03-24)
132. Peregrine Falcon (2019-03-25)
133. Northern Wheatear (2019-03-25)
134. Eastern Buzzard (2019-03-25)
135. Masked Wagtail (2019-03-26)
136. Black Kite (2019-03-26)
137. Pallas's Reed Bunting (2019-03-28)
138. White-winged Crossbill (2019-03-28)
139. Great White Egret (2019-03-29)
140. Common Crane (2019-03-30)
141. Northern Pintail (2019-03-30)
142. Siberian Accentor (2019-03-30)
143. Great Cormorant (2019-03-31)
144. Northern Lapwing (2019-03-31)
145. Greylag Goose (2019-03-31)
146. Western Marsh-harrier (2019-03-31)
147. Pied Wheatear (2019-04-02)
148. Black-headed Gull (2019-04-02)
149. Common Pochard (2019-04-04)
150. Common Chiffchaff (2019-04-05)
151. Pallid Harrier (2019-04-05)
152. Short-eared Owl (2019-04-05)
153. Pallas's Gull (2019-04-06)
154. Bean Goose (2019-04-06)
155. Common Snipe (2019-04-06)
156. Tree Pipit (2019-04-07)
157. Isabelline Wheatear (2019-04-08)
158. Common Redshank (2019-04-09)
159. Common Buzzard (2019-04-09)
160. Bewick's Swan (2019-04-10)
161. Swan Goose (2019-04-10)
162. Black Stork (2019-04-10)
163. Northern House Martin (2019-04-10)
164. Common Oystercatcher (2019-04-11)
165. Citrine Wagtail (2019-04-12)
166. Red-flanked Bluetail (2019-04-13)
167. Common Shelduck (2019-04-13)
168. Bluethroat (2019-04-13)
169. Northern Shoveler (2019-04-13)
170. Hoopoe (2019-04-13)
171. Eurasian Penduline Tit (2019-04-13)
172. Black-tailed Godwit (2019-04-14)
173. Greater Spotted Eagle (2019-04-14)
174. Common Coot (2019-04-14)
175. Song Thrush (2019-04-15)
176. Rustic Bunting (2019-04-15)
177. Eurasian Redstart (2019-04-16)
178. Water Pipit (2019-04-16)
179. Barn Swallow (2019-04-16)
180. Demoiselle Crane (2019-04-17)

rare birds records


Harlequin Duck (Histrionicus histrionicus)

© Maria Demina
2019-04-17

The 2nd registration and the 1st photo record in the south of Krasnoyarsk Kray.


Godlewski's Bunting (Emberiza godlewskii)

© Andreyenkov Oleg and Nataly
2018-10-20

The second registration in the Novosibirsk region


Amur Falcon (Falco amurensis)

© Andreyenkov Oleg and Nataly
2017-06-30

The first breeding record and the 4th record of this species in Tyva.


Eurasian Dipper (Cinclus cinclus)

© Andreyenkov Oleg and Nataly
2019-01-06

The first confirmed find of this species on Novosibirsk Region.

more rarities...

recent video

2019-02-24. Great Cormorant (Alexey Denisov).

2019-02-03. Bohemian Waxwing (Nikolay Kuvshanov).

2019-01-23. Black Woodpecker (Konstantin Surgutskiy).

2018-12-06. Terek Sandpiper (vasily malishcin), Common Redpoll (vasily malishcin), Long-tailed Rosefinch (vasily malishcin), Northern Bullfinch (vasily malishcin).

2018-11-14. Wood Sandpiper (vasily malishcin), Ruff (vasily malishcin), Fieldfare (vasily malishcin).

2018-11-05. Black Woodpecker (vasily malishcin).

2018-11-02. Tree Pipit (Anastasia Klueva).

2018-10-28. Common Greenshank (vasily malishcin), Black-headed Gull (vasily malishcin), Pine Grosbeak (vasily malishcin).

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unidentified birds


2019-04-19

Александр Кочетков: А ноги цвета прямо как у барабинской. Но на крыле белого совсем не как у неё.

2019-04-17

Вадим Ивушкин: гибридная овсянка, ближе к обыкновенной.

2019-04-16

Андрей Баздырев: Барабинская или халей (мантию плохо видно, но, кажется, всё-таки темнее чем у нормальной барабинской) - клюв с красным пятном, белые пятна на
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2019-04-15

Вадим Ивушкин: По мне так самка полярной.

2019-04-15

Вадим Ивушкин: Осенние должны быть светлее весенних. У этих овсянок нет весенней предбрачной линьки. Надо смотреть :)

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