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Lee Tao | 2017

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total species: 222
total photos: 517
total videos: 0
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1. Bohemian Waxwing (01-29)
5. Common Blackbird (01-29)
6. Great Tit (02-02)
7. Brambling (02-02)
8. Common Chaffinch (02-02)
9. Coal Tit (02-02)
10. Common Merganser (02-22)
11. Whooper Swan (02-22)
12. Gadwall (02-23)
14. Tarim Babbler (02-23)
16. Eurasian Wren (02-23)
18. Common Pheasant (02-23)
20. Golden Eagle (02-23)
21. Ibisbill (02-23)
22. Eurasian Teal (02-23)
23. Spanish Sparrow (02-24)
24. Crested Lark (02-24)
25. Barbary Falcon (02-24)
28. Yellowhammer (03-06)
30. Spotted Nutcracker (03-06)
31. Mandarin Duck (03-06)
32. Mistle Thrush (03-06)
33. Common Magpie (03-14)
34. Great Egret (03-14)
36. Northern Pintail (03-14)
37. Eurasian Wigeon (03-14)
38. Wallcreeper (03-14)
39. Common Myna (03-14)
40. Black-headed Gull (03-14)
41. Grey Heron (03-14)
42. Reed Bunting (03-14)
44. Graylag Goose (03-25)
45. Rook (04-05)
47. Common Crane (04-05)
48. Common Redshank (04-05)
49. Dalmatian Pelican (04-05)
50. Common Goldeneye (04-05)
51. Tundra Bean Goose (04-05)
53. Taiga Bean Goose (04-05)
54. Yellow-legged Gull (04-05)
55. Eurasian Jackdaw (04-06)
58. Pallas's Gull (04-07)
59. Black-winged Stilt (04-07)
60. Great Cormorant (04-07)
61. Common Shelduck (04-07)
62. Northern Shoveler (04-07)
63. Tufted Duck (04-07)
64. White Wagtail (04-07)
66. Mallard (04-07)
67. Desert Wheatear (04-07)
69. Citrine Wagtail (04-16)
70. Eurasian Curlew (04-16)
71. Eurasian Coot (04-16)
73. Common Starling (04-16)
74. Bearded Reedling (04-16)
75. Common Moorhen (04-16)
76. Pied Avocet (04-16)
77. Garganey (04-16)
78. House Sparrow (04-16)
79. Brown Accentor (04-20)
80. Himalayan Snowcock (04-20)
81. Red-billed Chough (04-20)
82. Chukar Partridge (04-20)
83. Himalayan Griffon (04-20)
85. Water Pipit (04-20)
86. Stock Dove (04-22)
87. Azure Tit (04-22)
88. Turkestan Tit (04-22)
89. Savi's Warbler (04-23)
90. Pied Wheatear (04-23)
92. Isabelline Shrike (04-23)
93. Pale Sand Swallow (04-23)
94. Barn Swallow (04-23)
96. Bluethroat (04-25)
97. Common Hoopoe (04-25)
99. Northern Lapwing (04-28)
100. Black-necked Grebe (04-28)
101. Common Sandpiper (04-28)
102. Common Pochard (04-28)
104. Kentish Plover (04-29)
105. Common Tern (04-29)
106. Richard' s Pipit (04-29)
107. Moustached Warbler (05-04)
108. Western Osprey (05-04)
109. Baillon's Crake (05-04)
111. Temminck's Stint (05-04)
112. Greater Sand Plover (05-04)
113. Ruddy Shelduck (05-04)
114. Common Greenshank (05-04)
115. Spotted Redshank (05-04)
116. Paddyfield Warbler (05-04)
117. Common Swift (05-04)
118. Black Kite (05-04)
119. Grey Wagtail (05-07)
120. Cinereous Vulture (05-07)
121. Northern Goshawk (05-07)
123. Wood Sandpiper (05-13)
124. Common Cuckoo (05-13)
125. Mongolian Finch (05-17)
126. Horned Lark (05-17)
127. Demoiselle Crane (05-18)
129. Tawny Pipit (05-18)
131. Eurasian Hobby (05-18)
132. Spotted Flycatcher (05-19)
133. Northern Wheatear (05-19)
134. Black Stork (05-19)
135. Common Nightingale (05-19)
137. European Goldfinch (05-19)
138. Fieldfare (05-19)
139. Carrion Crow (05-19)
140. Sand Martin (05-19)
141. Lesser Kestrel (05-20)
142. Rosy Starling (05-20)
143. Little Stint (05-20)
144. Whimbrel (05-20)
146. Common Kestrel (05-20)
147. Cetti's Warbler (05-20)
148. Common Snipe (05-20)
150. Common Chiff-chaff (05-21)
151. Shikra (05-21)
152. Lesser Whitethroat (05-22)
153. Sykes' Warbler (05-22)
154. European Bee-eater (05-28)
155. Common Linnet (05-28)
156. Steppe Eagle (05-28)
157. Isabelline Wheatear (05-28)
158. Hume's Leaf Warbler (05-28)
159. Grey-necked Bunting (05-28)
162. Eurasian Skylark (05-29)
163. European Roller (05-29)
164. Lesser Grey Shrike (05-29)
165. Greater Whitethroat (05-29)
167. Calandra Lark (05-29)
168. Little Tern (06-02)
169. Siberian Stonechat (06-02)
170. Pechora Pipit (06-02)
172. Rock Sparrow (06-02)
173. Oriental Skylark (06-02)
175. Common Rosefinch (06-17)
176. Alpine Chough (06-18)
178. Tree Pipit (06-18)
179. Red-fronted Serin (06-18)
180. Little Bittern (07-01)
182. Upland Buzzard (07-03)
183. Common Buzzard (07-04)
184. Greenish Warbler (07-04)
185. Olive-backed Pipit (07-04)
186. Corn Bunting (07-04)
187. Booted Eagle (07-05)
188. Daurian Partridge (07-19)
189. White-headed Duck (07-19)
190. Black-tailed Godwit (08-04)
191. Ruddy Turnstone (08-04)
192. Whiskered Tern (08-07)
193. Hill Pigeon (08-08)
194. Common Redstart (08-08)
195. Curlew Sandpiper (08-10)
197. Terek Sandpiper (08-14)
198. Lesser Sand Plover (08-14)
199. Twite (08-22)
200. Saker Falcon (08-22)
201. Blyth's Pipit (08-23)
202. Pallas's Sandgrouse (08-23)
203. Ortolan Bunting (08-23)
204. Bar-headed Goose (08-24)
205. White-winged Tern (08-24)
206. Eurasian Nuthatch (08-24)
207. Goldcrest (08-24)
208. Arctic Warbler (08-24)
209. Daurian Jackdaw (08-24)
212. Songar Tit (08-25)
213. Pallid Harrier (09-01)
214. Great Bustard (09-01)
215. Little Bustard (09-02)
218. Laughing Dove (09-04)
219. Green Sandpiper (09-10)
220. Lammergeier (09-17)

recent uploads


2017-09-19. Lammergeier, Water Pipit, Alpine Chough, Common Magpie, Chukar Partridge, Pallas's Leaf Warbler, Mongolian Ground Jay.

2017-09-11. Common Pheasant, Green Sandpiper.

2017-09-06. Eurasian Jackdaw, Pallid Harrier, Great Bustard, Little Bustard, Little Stint, Red-necked Phalarope, Himalayan Snowcock, Chukar Partridge, Eversmann's Redstart, Songar Tit, Upland Buzzard, Upland Buzzard, White-browned Tit Warber, Black-throated Accentor, Unkown Bird, Common Cuckoo, Northern Wheatear, Laughing Dove, Hume's Leaf Warbler.

2017-08-27. Horned Lark, Twite, Mongolian Finch, Lesser Kestrel, Saker Falcon, Eurasian Curlew, Spotted Flycatcher, Blyth's Pipit, Pallas's Sandgrouse, Cinereous Vulture, Spotted Flycatcher, Pied Wheatear, Ortolan Bunting, Lesser Whitethroat, Greater Sand Plover, Water Pipit, Little Ringed Plover, Bar-headed Goose, White-winged Tern, Mongolian Finch, Eurasian Nuthatch, Goldcrest, Arctic Warbler, Daurian Jackdaw, Red-fronted Serin, Eurasian Treecreeper, Common Kestrel, Mistle Thrush, Hume's Leaf Warbler, Yellow-browed Warbler, Greenish Warbler, Lesser Whitethroat, Songar Tit.

2017-08-21. Yellow-legged Gull, Greater Sand Plover, Wood Sandpiper, Common Redshank.

2017-08-15. Terek Sandpiper, Lesser Sand Plover, Common Starling.

2017-08-10. Pied Avocet, Curlew Sandpiper, Pale Sand Swallow, Common Tern, Common Greenshank, Barn Swallow, Black-headed Gull, Collared Pratincole, Pacific Golden Plover.

2017-08-09. Common Sandpiper, Kentish Plover, Wood Sandpiper, Whiskered Tern, European Roller, Hill Pigeon, Alpine Chough, Red-billed Chough, Common Redstart.

2017-08-04. Common Redshank, Common Greenshank, Black-tailed Godwit, Ruddy Turnstone, Pied Avocet, Wood Sandpiper, Black-winged Stilt, Kentish Plover, Western Yellow Wagtail.

2017-07-19. Daurian Partridge, Isabelline Wheatear, Pale Sand Swallow, Barn Swallow, Black-necked Grebe, Bearded Reedling, White-headed Duck, Tawny Pipit.

2017-07-06. Booted Eagle, Common Buzzard, Greenish Warbler, Coal Tit, Olive-backed Pipit, Corn Bunting, Himalayan Griffon, Eversmann's Redstart, Himalayan Snowcock, White-winged Redstart, Upland Buzzard.

2017-07-01. Little Bittern.

2017-06-24. Buff-bellied Pipit, Oriental Skylark.

2017-06-20. Alpine Chough, Red-billed Chough, Plain Mountain Finch, White-tail Rubythroat, White-tail Rubythroat, Water Pipit, Tree Pipit, Black Kite, Red-fronted Serin, Common Rosefinch, Hybrid Shrike.

2017-06-09. Indian Golden Oriole.

Big Year 2017

1. liang nigulayi (235)
2. Lee Tao (222)
3. Binzhao Lv (123)
4. jack A (110)
5. black lark (109)
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rare birds records


Glossy Ibis (Plegadis falcinellus)

© Important Bird records
2011-05-08
SuFu

8 May 2011, photo by Kashi bird watching society from Shufu County, has been confirmed a new record in Xinjiang.


Little Egret (Egretta garzetta)

© Important Bird records
2012-09-01
Wujiaquqinggedahu

1 September 2012, photo by Tao Li from Qinggeda Lake, has been confirmed a new record in Xinjiang.


Indian Pond Heron (Ardeola grayii)

© Important Bird records
2014-09-17
Aketao kalakule lake

17 September 2014, photo by Yinxin Peng from Karakul Lake, has been confirmed as a new record of birds in China.


Moustached Warbler (Acrocephalus melanopogon)

© Important Bird records
2016-04-26
wulumuqi wulabo

Cyдиловская (1936) reported this species in Tien Shan, China. Although the landform and climatic conditions of Xinjiang are similar to those of eastern Kazakhstan, there have been no other reports for decades and as the original report lacked sufficient detail Moustached Warbler was not added to the Chinese checklist. This recent discovery of Moustached Warbler clears up some of the historical doubts and the species can now be safely added to the Chinese avifauna.

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unidentified birds


2017-08-31

Paul: Pallas's Gull

2017-08-31

Paul: Wow! Rufous-bellied Woodpecker

2017-08-31

Paul: Red-billed Starling

2017-08-22

Isabekov Askar: 家麻雀

2017-08-22

Isabekov Askar: 褐岩鹨 (Prunella fulvescens)

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