Birds of Siberia photo with names | Birds of Western and Eastern Siberia

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Siberia is a huge region in Eurasia. It includes several regions and territories. Climatic conditions here vary greatly depending on the time of year. Summers tend to be hot with moderate rainfall. Winter is cold and snowy. In some areas, the usual temperature of the cold season is30 degrees and below.

Almost the entire territory of Siberia is covered with forests. Unlike other Russian regions, taiga coniferous forests prevail here. However, among them there are many different natural zones that determine the diversity of the fauna.

hawk owl

black-throated loon

white-billed loon

black-billed loon

red-throated loon

red-necked grebe

Black-necked grebe

Lesser grebe

Crested Grebe

Silly you

pink pelican

Curly Pelican

Bering cormorant

Cormorant

spinning top

bittern

yellow heron

great egret

Spoonbill

black-headed ibis

Other birds of Siberia

Far Eastern stork

Lesser White-fronted Lesser

bean goose

Sukhonos

mountain goose

Siberian eider

White-eyed pochard

crested honey buzzard

black kite

Eastern harrier

Zimnyak

Buzzard

Buzzard

black vulture

Vulture

white eagle

saker falcon

Merlin

Kobchik

Shaheen

Grouse

Capercaillie

ptarmigan

Altai Snowcock

Keklik

Pheasant

Sterkh

Belladonna

gray crane

Bustard

black-headed gull

East Siberian Gull

brown pigeon

Vyakhir

Klintukh

long-eared owl

Great Gray Owl

Owl

deaf cuckoo

siberian shrike

gray shrike

black grouse

Grouse (humble hazel grouse)

Cuckoo

Woodcock

Kuksha

Orekhovka (nutcracker)

Finch

Great spotted woodpecker

waxwing

Nuthatch

Hawk

Golden eagle

common kestrel

snake-eater

Osprey

whooper swan

mute swan

Black stork

Marsh harrier

Godwit

Thrush

lark

peregrine falcon

Nightingale

steppe eagle

Conclusion

The bird world of Siberia is represented by a variety of birds. There are a large number of predators with a solid wingspan, small nimble birds (for example, a nuthatch), as well as long-legged beauties, like the Far Eastern stork.

The abundance of forests gives the birds an excellent food base. In such conditions, everyone finds food, because coniferous trees are rich in cones and insects, and a large number of rodents live underground.

Bird life in Siberia does not stop during the day. When daytime birds return to spend the night in the nest, nocturnal representatives from the order of owls fly out to hunt. Soft fluffy and strong wings silently cut through the cool night air in search of mice, hamsters, lemmings, etc.d.

Waterfowl species are also widely developed here several species of grebes, pelicans, ducks and swans. Siberian birds are distinguished by their developed plumage and the presence of a subcutaneous fat layer. This helps them survive the winter in severe frosts. Certain species (for example, hazel grouse) create winter snowy “houses”. They burrow into the snow and spend whole days there waiting for the thaw.

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