2021-07-28. Murat Jumashev: Ruddy Shelduck.
2021-07-27. Katherine Hall: Grey Wagtail, Common Stonechat, Lammergeier, Eversmann's Redstart, Common Sandpiper, Common Rosefinch, Common Rosefinch, Sulphur-bellied Warbler, Mistle Thrush, Philippe Campeau: Pallas's Grasshopper Warbler, Himalayan Rubythroat, Hill Pigeon, Whooper Swan, Common Crane, Black Stork, Ibisbill, Common Redshank, Sand Martin, Eurasian Crag Martin, Northern House Martin, Golden Eagle, Eurasian Dipper, Hodgson's Rosefinch, Brandt's Rosefinch, White-winged Snowfinch, Common Rosefinch, Common Whitethroat, Greenish Warbler, Hume's Warbler, Songar Tit.
2021-07-26. Murat Jumashev: Gadwall.
2021-07-20. Katherine Hall: Ruddy Shelduck, Eurasian Linnet, Horned Lark, Isabelline Wheatear, Guldenstadt's Redstart, Citrine Wagtail, Common Redshank, Eurasian Linnet, Citrine Wagtail, Guldenstadt's Redstart, Guldenstadt's Redstart, Black Redstart, Hoopoe, Common Kestrel, Sky Lark, Black Kite.
2021-07-16. Pjotr Trommel: Clamorous Reed Warbler.
2021-07-09. Pjotr Trommel: Gull-billed Tern.
Алмаз: Здравствуйте Не могли бы посоветовать ветеринара по птицам, нашли раненого сокола.Заранее спасибо
Анна Ясько: Maybe Oenanthe oenanthe? Alula and greater and median coverts are equally black. The black band on the tail is not so broad.
Katherine Hall: Thanks Philippe, changed! There were a lot of Common Rosefinches calling in the area and spotted several others too.
Katherine Hall: Ah good to know - thanks for the info!
Katherine Hall: Oops - thanks for picking that up! Very true - changed.
Katherine Hall: Thanks Philippe, much appreciated! Changed to Black Redstart.
Philippe Campeau: I'd go for a female common rosefinch. They do tend to have plain brown heads and that peculiar beak shape. I did think about the plain mountain finch (Hogson on this site), but they would be more grey and then less likely to be met at that location.
Philippe Campeau: I would definitely go for a black redstart. White-capped would be unlikely anywhere but the very South of the country (and would have a black band on tail-end), the common redstart is a fairly uncommon passage migrant. The speckle of white on the forehead [....]
Philippe Campeau: Добрый день Мурат, и добрый пожадовать на сайте! Спасибо за кадр, пожалуйста, поделитесь если у вас еще фотки есть. А если вопросы, мы всегда [....]
Philippe Campeau: Lovely!
Philippe Campeau: Definitely a Siberian, as a common one would be quite a find. However, our site is based on the Russian (Kazakh) classification and they do not distinguish these species... Hence, you identified it right.
Philippe Campeau: Hi Katherine and welcome to the site! Are you on holiday in the country and a more ''permanent'' birder? Either way, nice to see your photos.On this one, I have the feeling we're looking at a grey wagtail, with pinkish legs (harder to say with the shade [....]
Katherine Hall: Is this a Common Stonechat or could it be a Siberian Stonechat (Saxicola maurus)?
Katherine Hall: Black Redstart, Common/Eurasian Redstart or White capped Redstart? It doesn't seem to be Güldenstädt's Redstart. Any clue appreciated!!!
Pjotr Trommel: Group together with two Curlew Sandpipers
© Myrzabek Ozubekov
© Askar Isabekov
© Irina Romanovskaia
© Fedor Shakula
Zaalaisky ridge, altitude 3800 m
2021-03-15. Common Buzzard (Viacheslav Prudskikh).
2021-03-13. Grey-headed Goldfinch (Viacheslav Prudskikh).
2018-04-11. Grey-headed Goldfinch (Ivan Turkovskiy).
2017-11-16. Black-breasted Tit (Ivan Turkovskiy).
2017-09-03. Ibisbill (Ivan Turkovskiy).