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By G. Groot Koerkamp, S. I. Golovach

The Atlas is an entire number of distribution maps of all 273 breeding, migrant, nomadic and wintering poultry species recorded in Moscow urban and the Moscow sector in the course of 1999-2004. The maps are observed by means of short texts characterising their prestige within the area, graphs illustrating their seasonal presence and approximately 900 images of all 273 recorded fowl species. The ebook summarises the information accumulated by means of 401 birdwatchers ornithologists in the course of six years of fieldwork for the programme "Birds of Moscow and the Moscow quarter" or got from a number of study and conservation initiatives, and data derived from the literature released after 1999. The Atlas exhibits the hot distribution of birds in Moscow urban and the Moscow area. those facts can be utilized for tutorial, conservational and medical reasons. The ebook is adressed to ornithologists, birdwatchers, conservationists, city ecologists and all enthusiasts of nature. "The Atlas of Birds of Moscow has arrived and it's a appealing book!! Congratulations in your half in generating one of these treasure! it's either super beneficial, filled with helpful info for somebody drawn to birds of Moscow and the Moscow area, and likewise aesthetically marvelous! nice images, nice structure, first-class printing." Barbara H. Partee, Moscow, birdwatcher

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Parkhaev One of the most common ducks in the Moscow Region and certainly the most abundant breeding in Moscow City. The birds winter on non-freezing ponds and rivers in Moscow and also outside the city on the Moskva River. Regular wintering sites of many birds have been revealed thanks to the regular annual winter counts organized by Ksenia V. Avilova. On the map this sites are marked by small dark rings. Big dark rings mark sites of accumulation of more than 1 000 specimens. 56 I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII ×èðîê-ñâèñòóíîê Anas crecca Common Teal È.

Smetanin ÃÓÑÅÎÁÐÀÇÍÛÅ ANSERIFORMES I I 58 Îáû÷íûé ïðîë¸òíûé è ðåäêèé ãíåçäÿùèéñÿ âèä îáëàñòè. 1999 ã. íà Áîðèñîâñêîì ïðóäó. A common passage migrant and rare breeding bird in the Moscow Region. A rare migrant and summer visitor to Moscow City. There is one winter record: five birds seen on 25 November 1999 on the non-freezing Borisov Pond in the south-eastern part of II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII Moscow. Øèëîõâîñòü Anas acuta Northern Pintail È. Ñìåòàíèí / I. Smetanin È. Ñìåòàíèí / I. Smetanin I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII Íåìíîãî÷èñëåííûé, ëèøü ìåñòàìè îòíîñèòåëüíî îáû÷íûé ïðîë¸òíûé âèä îáëàñòè, î÷åíü ðåäîê íà ãíåçäîâàíèè.

Smetanin Çàë¸òíûé âèä îáëàñòè. 2000 ã. 2004 ã. 2004 ã. â ã. Âîñêðåñåíñê. A vagrant in the Moscow Region, with three recent records: single birds were observed on the «Biserovo» fishponds, Noginsk District, on 14 October 2000 and on 19 September 2004, and two males with one female at Voskresensk on 23 February 2004. I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII È. Ñìåòàíèí / I. Smetanin 62 Êðàñíîãîëîâûé íûðîê Aythya ferina Common Pochard È. Ñìåòàíèí / I. Smetanin I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII Îáû÷íûé ïðîë¸òíûé è ãíåçäÿùèéñÿ âèä îáëàñòè; íåìíîãî÷èñëåííûé ïðîë¸òíûé è ãíåçäÿùèéñÿ âèä â Ìîñêâå, çèìóåò â íåáîëüøîì ÷èñëå â Çîîïàðêå è íà ð.

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