Birds of Japan photo with names, where they live and how they look

In Japan, in the period from the 17th to the 19th century, hunting animals and birds was considered a crime. Wild animals and birds existed quite peacefully next to man. Many of the birds had a symbolic meaning. Even now, these living creatures have a considerable place in the culture of this country.

Many species are familiar to Russian people, since in our country they live almost everywhere (swallows, bullfinches, starlings, crows, etc.). d.). But quite rare birds also live here, for example, the purple jay or the Japanese crane.

White-eyed

Brown-sided white-eye

Japanese white-eye

Bulbul

Short-toed Bulbul

Chinese real bulbul

passerines

field sparrow

red sparrow

corvidae

Crow

Black Crow

blue magpie

Daurian jackdaw

Rook

brilliant raven

Jay

Kedrovka

finches

tap dancing 

Chizh

Siberian lentil

Chinese greenfinch

Siberian finch

Great black-headed grosbeak

Spruce crossbill

uragus

Bullfinch

Thrush

pied thrush

Siberian thrush

song thrush

Misery

blackbird

Belobrovik

olive thrush

Larks

Field Lark

Japanese lark

Small Lark

Salonchak lark

Horned lark

Handy

Alpine hull

Siberian hull

Japanese hull

Small

City swallow

Redminded swallow

Village Swallow

Brownhorned swallow

Beregovushka

Fleeters

Blue flycatcher

Japanese Zaryanka

Blackhead Zaryanka

Nightingale-red

Blue Nightingale

Taiga flycin

Japanese flycatcher

Varakushka

Ovsyankov

Sedheaded oatmeal

Japanese oatmeal

Blackfounded oatmeal

Redhaired oatmeal

Ordinary oatmeal

Yellowbrown oatmeal

Garden oatmeal

Foam

Lightheaded foam

Kamchatka Penochka

Brown polystyrene

Foam-zarnichka

Korolkova foam

Pittovy

Pitta-German

Blackheaded Pitta

Crouching

Sakhalin cricket

Singing cricket

Taiga cricket

Spotted cricket

Okhotsk cricket

Japanese cricket

Clothing

crested myna

Japanese starling

gray starling

Pastor

red-billed starling

Chinese starling

common starling

Wagtail

Steppe horse

mountain horse

forest horse

tree wagtail

white wagtail

mountain wagtail

yellow-headed wagtail

yellow wagtail

Conclusion

The history of Japan remembers the times of respect for nature. Birds were deified, sung in folk art, imprinted in cultural objects.

Unfortunately, with the development of technological progress, environmental problems in the country have worsened. There is pollution of waters and land, which are the habitat of feathered representatives of the fauna.

But, nevertheless, many legislative acts on the protection and protection of sedentary and migratory birds have been created and implemented here. There are also protected areas where any activity is prohibited, and the necessary work must first obtain permission from the authorities.

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