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  • Амурский кобчик в Казахстане.


    2024-03-20| Andrey Kovalenko

    http://rusraptors.ru/index.php/RC/article/view/465/445

    Предлагаю добавить в список видов на сайте.

    comments:
    2024-03-23. Raouf Bairashev:

    Андрей, Falco amurensis в список видов добавлен. Там нужно обновить/отредактировать тексты соответствующих разделов.


    Желательно также автору имеющихся фотографий добавить на сайт снимки.



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    Naumann's Thrush (Turdus naumanni)

    © Alexey Timoshenko
    2024-04-02
    kostanay reg.

    The second record of the species on the territory of Kazakhstan. Previously, one bird was photographed in the southeast in the lower reaches of the Turgen River on November 5, 2016 (I. Bevza, kz.birds.watch).


    Snowy Owl (Nyctea scandiaca)

    © Muhammed-Rahim Boranbaev
    2024-03-04
    Tasorpa, Kyzylsay natural park, Mangystau

    A very rare wintering species for Mangystau, known only from the remains of the skin obtained from the vicinity of Fort Aleksandrovsky in 1892/93. (Zarudny, 1896).


    Bearded Tit (Panurus biarmicus)

    © Galina Rosenberg
    2019-11-22
    g.Altai.Vostochno-Kazachstanskaia oblast

    The first registration of the species in the mountainous part of Altai.


    White-winged Snowfinch (Montifringilla nivalis)

    © Serg Silan
    2024-02-28
    Kazakhstan

    The first record of the White-winged Snowfinch in Western Altai. Photo recording was made in the southern spurs of the Ulbinsky ridge in the valley of the Urankhaika River at an altitude of less than 800 m above sea level. The White-winged Snowfinch was previously not known for the Kazakh part of Altai, but was first recorded in Southern Altai on January 26, 2017 in the upper reaches of the Tautekeli River at an altitude of 2400 m, where it was subsequently recorded on March 10, 2021, and there were also several sightings in January and February 2023 in the Sarykora tract (Vorobiev, 2023).

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