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Participants of the project

in alphabetical order, number in bracket means total number of photographed species of birds in the project.

1. Allan Linn (137)
2. Bin (2)
3. Binzhao Lv (196)
4. Chuanbo Wang (15)
5. DING Peng (120)
7. Gou Jun (6)
10. Lee Tao (382)
11. Lei Jinyu (30)
14. abcd no (87)
15. black lark (270)
16. dingzi (1)
17. gebi huyang (10)
18. jack A (113)
19. jinzuchang (8)
20. liang nigulayi (400)
21. liyongzheng (9)
22. lv ronghua (27)
23. mayunhua (2)
24. stonefish (12)
25. tuboshu (6)
26. wen zhimin (44)
27. wolf old wolf (224)
28. wukefan (3)
29. xiang wenjun (1)
30. xiyuxue (5)
31. xukangping (87)
32. yang feifei (208)
33. ylwx (5)
34. zeng yuan (26)

Big Year 2017

1. liang nigulayi (260)
2. Lee Tao (242)
3. Binzhao Lv (134)
4. black lark (130)
5. jack A (110)
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rare birds records


Pectoral Sandpiper (Calidris melanotos)

© Important Bird records
2017-09-26
Kuohongqi, Qapqal County

On Sept. 26, 2017, RENGONG photographed a sandpiper in the Kuohongqi, Qapqal, Xinjiang. After checking with several experts and relevant references, the bird was identified as a Calidris melanotos. According to Zheng (2011)and Ma (2011), this was a new bird record in Xinjiang.


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.

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unidentified birds


2017-11-20

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2017-11-19

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