Red Bird Birds Description, photo and name

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A huge number of birds are found throughout Eurasia. Different species are accustomed to certain weather and climate conditions. Some live in their area all year round, while others are migratory feathers. If nature is greatly changed in large cities, and only pigeons, sparrows and crows have taken root here, then in the countryside, in villages, villages and in nondensely populated areas the nature preserved relatively untouched. For example, in the Far East there are many relict species that have been preserved due to the fact that a large number of reserves have been created here.

Despite this, many species of birds are on the verge of extinction. These representatives of the animal world live in a variety of natural zones, from Arctic to deserts and semideserts.

Rare and endangered species of birds

Rare species of birds are listed in the Red Book of Eurasia. In coniferous-cheap forests of the Amur Region, white-eyed, tangerines, larvae, scaly crumbs are found. The rarest representative of the taiga is Dikush a humble hazel grouse. Pink Seagulls live in the Far North.

In addition, it is worth mentioning the following representatives of the bird’s world:

Filin. These are predatory birds hunting at night on snails and rodents. Their wingspan reaches almost 2 m;

Black stork

This bird is listed in the red books of several countries. They live this species in the Urals and the Far East on the coast of lakes and swamps. The type of scientists has little studied;

Small swan (tundra swan)

This is a rare species not only in Eurasia, but also in the world as a whole. These swans have white plumage and black beak. Like all swans, birds of this species form a couple for life;

Whitefingered Orlan

This is a very heavy bird whose weight reaches 9 kg. The plumage of the eagle is dark, but there are white feathers on the wings, thanks to which it received the name. Outside of Eurasia, this species rarely meets;

Crane-beautiful

Eurasia these birds live in the Black Sea region. They also form a couple for life with one partner, hatch eggs in turn. When predators threaten the offspring, the couple skillfully drives them away and protects their children;

White seagull

This bird lives in the Arctic zone of Eurasia. The species is little studied, since it is difficult to track the birds of the birds. They mainly live in colonies. It is interesting that the female and the male are trimmed with eggs. Despite the fact that birds of this species know how to swim, they prefer to live more on land;

Pink pelican

This species is found in the southeastern part of the Sea of ​​Azov and in the Volga Delta. These birds also live in colonies, and choose a couple for themselves and for life. In the diet of pelicans, the fish that they catch, immersing water into the beak, but never dive. The view is dying due to pollution of reservoirs, as well as due to the reduction of wild areas where they usually settle;

Redbearing Ibis

Nothing is known about the number of species, the birds almost completely died out. Presumably they can be found in the Far East in the area of ​​swampy rivers, where they feed on small fish;

Blackzoboy Gagara

Whitecircuent Gagara

Belospine albatross

Motionheaded (motley) Petrel

Small Kachuka

Curly pelican

CHOCHENT BACKLE

Small cormorant

Egyptian heron

White heron

The yellowdumped heron

Ordinary spike

Caravayka

Far Eastern stork

Ordinary flamingos

Canadian Kazarka Aleutskaya

Black Osarka Atlantic

Redzone barracks

Piskulka

Belosha

Mountain goose

Sukhonos

Peganka

Kloktun Anas

Marble Chirik

Duck mandarin

Dive (blacken) bera

Whiteeyed dive

Savka

Scaly crumbs

Osprey

Red kite

The steppe moon

European Tuvik

Kurgannik

Hawki Sarych

Snake

CHOCHENT OREL

Steppe eagle

Big blurry

Small blur

Burial ground

Golden eagle

Orlan-Dolgokhvost

Orlan-whitewater

Whiteheaded eagle

Bearded man

Vulture

Black vulture

Whiteheaded SIP

Merlin

Baloban

Sapsan

Steppe empty

White partridge

Caucasian grouse

Dikusha

The bearded partridge Manchu

Japanese crane

Sting

Daurian crane

Black crane

Redbearing trace

White winged trace

Horned Kamysh

Sultanka

Drumph, European subspecies

Drofa, East Siberian subspecies

Staying

Avdotka

Golden rusty southern

Ussuri Zuyok

Caspian Zuyok

Baptist

Stilt

Avocet

Kulik-soroka, mainland feat

Kulik-Soroka, Far Eastern subspecies

Okhotsk Sneot

Shovel

Chernozobik, Baltic subspecies

Chernozobik, Sakhalin Pod

South Kamchatka Beringian sandbox

Yellowzobik

Japanese Bekas

Thincolumn bracket

Big Krolenp

Far Eastern Kronshnop

Asian backing spindle

Steppe tirkushka

Blackheaded laughter

Relict Seagull

Chinese gull

Redore talus

Chegrava

Aleutian Krachka

Small Krachka

Asian longcircuit pepper

Shortbluly puff

The crested old man

Fish eagle owl

Big Peggy Zimoprodok

Varie Zimorodok

European average woodpecker

Redgrooming woodpecker

Mongol Lark

Ordinary gray fortygun

Japanese reed

Turning reeds

Paradise flycatcher

Big Chekan

Reed sorcerers

White Lazorevka European

Fluffed creep

Ovsyanka Yankovsky

Owl-plus

Bearded inquires

Gomennik

Result

Thus, the Red Book of Eurasia includes a huge number of types of birds. Some of them are in small populations and can be observed in different parts of the country, and some birds have been studied little. Unfortunately, a certain number of species is on the verge of extinction and it is almost impossible to preserve on the planet. There are many causes of the disappearance of birds. This is the pollution of the waters, and the destruction of wild zones, and poaching. At the moment, the maximum number of species of birds is under the protection of the state, but this is not enough to preserve and restore populations of many rare species of birds.

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